The airline business is not known for its diversity. With the huge amount of overhead required to run an airline, the sphere tends to be dominated by a few huge companies working closely with national governments. In the Baltic states, SAS-owned companies hold the lion's share of the market, but competition still remains strong as airlines in the three countries struggle for chunks of the rapidly growing business. In this week's Industry Insider, The Baltic Times looks at the state of airlines in the region, how small companies are standing their ground and how cheap flights from Ryanair an...
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