Äripäev writes that the bankruptcy of Estonian Air has made other airlines to compete for travellers, resulting in the situation where several key lines have multiple flight operators.
PM Taavi Roivas is busy leaving the impression that he is doing someting to speed up economic growth.
Estonian Air's 160 employees may lose full redundancy pay.COMMENTS (2)
SAS announced today it will begin flying to Tallinn from Stockholm, Oslo, and Copenhagen from next week. COMMENTS (4)
According to Statistics Estonia, 235,300 tourists used the services of accommodation establishments in September 2015, which was 1% more than in September 2014. The number of both foreign and domestic tourists increased.COMMENTS (2)
It will be difficult for Nordic Aviation, a new airline set up by the Estonian government to take over the business from Estonian Air to be a success.COMMENTS (4)
Erik Sakkov, commercial manager of Nordic Aviation Group, said that the goal of the new airline is not to offer the cheapest available fares for its routes.COMMENTS (2)
Latvian airline airBaltic will offer more flights and do its best to assist the stranded passengers, affected by suspension of operations of the Estonian carrier, announced the Latvian company.COMMENTS (2)
Nordic Aviation made its first direct flight in the morning of Nov 8 to Amsterdam.COMMENTS (1)
European Commission ordered yesterday Estonian national carrier Estonian Air to pay back the state aid it received.COMMENTS (3)
Äripäev published an interview with airBaltic CEO Martin Gauss who said that airBaltic is already preparing for the possibility that Estonian Air goes out of business.
In spite of several years of development and spending tens of millions of euros on Estwin, the project of connecting Estonia’s remote areas with high-speed wide-area internet network, Estonia may scrap the plan.COMMENTS (1)
Margus Allikmaa, head of the Estonian public broadcasting company ERR, has come under criticism for urging ERR executives not to support the legalization of cannabis.COMMENTS (2)
Estonian police have busted a ring of 12 people for unlawfully selling identification documents, residence permits and documents connected with citizenship.
Äripäev writes that Estonian labour law is too rigid and hopelessly outdated, stuck in the manufacturing era of the 20th century, also in comparison with Estonia’s neighbours.
Eesti Päevaleht writes that the Estonian government is deeply worried that the fact that Estonian electronic identity cards issued to e-residents from abroad are faulty is already affecting Estonia’s image abroad as a leading tech country.
Suspect pyramid scheme of a Russian businessman Anatoli Junitski that is raising funds to build a monorail passenger transit system called Sky Way.COMMENTS (1)
Estonia plans to set tougher regulations on alcohol ads and limit the sale of alcohol in gas stations and ban happy hours from bars and restaurants.COMMENTS (7)
Estonian Taxpayers Association ETA has asked the prosecutor's office to open a criminal proceeding in connection with reimbursement of MPs’ personal expenses.
Businessman Raivo Hein writes in Äripäev that one should not ostrachise people simply because they are entrepreneurs.COMMENTS (3)
Äripäev writes that Unemployment Insurance Fund UIF may have prepared an IT procurement tender worth 4.3 million euros with the help of its existing IT partner Nortal to ensure that Nortal wins it.
Äripäev writes that Olympia Baltic Opportunities Fund, a French investment company that recently acquired the main building of the Police and Border Guard Authority wants to own six buildings by the year-end for up to 200 million eurosCOMMENTS (1)
Äripäev writes that the new law on credit providers and brokers that will enter into force next March could end the business of many companies that are providing instalment payments.
Estonian business lacks of business ethics and integrity, especially if one compares it to Finland, says Toomas Peek, an Estonian telecom businessman and investor.