About Estonian Air
It is based in the capital city of Tallinn and has its hub at Tallinn Airport. Air airline became an IATA member in the year 1992. Currently, it is not a member of any major global airline alliance, but has codeshare agreements with six airlines. Carrier promises safe, credible and customer-friendly service to its passengers.
Network and Fleet
Estonian Air has a small fleet of seven aircraft that include four Embraer 170s and three CRJ900 NextGen models. The CRJ900 NextGen are 88-seater aircraft that are one of the most environment-friendly and cost-effective aircraft in their segment. Embraer 170s are 76-seater planes characterised by the low emission levels and high performance, using fly-by-wire technology. Both these aircraft have short-haul operability. Air flights have strong connections with the hubs of SAS. This offers great convenience to passengers flying to SAS hubs of Copenhagen, Oslo and Stockholm from 11 other destinations of Europe, which are served directly by Estonia Air.
Estonian Air Loyalty Rewards Programme
Estonian Air has the same loyalty rewards programme as that of SAS Airline group the EuroBonus. Since Estonia Air is a regional carrier providing feeder services to the SAS hubs, the entire operations and timetable of the carrier are aligned and well synchronised with the SAS flights from its three hubs. For the convenience of passengers, who Estonian Air tickets to reach these SAS hubs, the frequent flyer programme has also been kept same. Since the programme is same, all rules regarding the membership, earning and redemption of points remain unchanged.
Estonian Air Baggage Allowances
Estonian Air permits passengers to carry a certain amount of checked-in and hand baggage free of cost. It allows the carriage of cabin bag of up to 8 kg in weight with dimensions not exceeding 56×45×25 cm or 126 cm in summation. There is no limit on the number of bags to be carried in the cabin, but the total weight shall not exceed 8 kg.