TALLINN — Estonian Prime Minister Taavi Roivas said on Friday the government is confident that plans for the new airline Nordic Aviation are realistic and consistent with market principles.
The government was offered at its Friday Cabinet sitting an overview of the closure of Estonian Air and establishment of the new airline, Nordic Aviation, spokespeople for the government said.
Roivas said the government is convinced that Estonia as a country situated in the periphery of the European Union must have an airline whose home base is Tallinn.
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