EE: Estonian Air looking for partners outside of Europe.

By bne IntelliNews March 22, 2012
Head of Estonian Air, Tero Taskila, has admitted that he was in talks with two companies from outside of Europe about partnership. Estonian Air in cooperation with the Airport of Tallinn plan to establish Asian link, thus talks about partnership with airlines outside of Europe. Juhan Parts, minister of economic affairs indicated that the government would consider any offer made for Estonian Air, yet the state is looking to sell the airline at profit. Yet Parts indicated that he is pessimistic about any offer to come up in the near future.
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