Estonian Air was founded on December 1, 1991, shortly after Estonia became independent. This was to period in which the former Soviet Union and other Eastern European countries, many new companies were created. Founder was the Estonian Government and they started flying an aircraft that was taken from an elevated branch of Aeroflot. In 1996 the company was privatized. A year previously had two Estonian Air Boeing 737-500s leased to replace the old Soviet apparatus, and here came a year later, two Fokker 50s, resulting in the entire Soviet fleet can be deleted. In March 2007, Estonian Air announced that she once would lease two Boeing 737-500 and add a new destination to its flight schedule, twe know Vienna in Austria. Estonian Air will also lease two Saab 340 and go up a division called Estonian Air Regional which should take care of the regional flights in Scandinavia and Estonia itself. This will still reeling St. Petersburg in Russia.
At present there is already a strong partnership with SAS Scandinavian Airlines System and even a number of flights performed for them. In addition to SAS, there are also similarities with Blue1, Widerøe, airBaltic and Spanair. The frequent flyer program EuroBonus and hot lounges Estonian Air named Blue Velvet Lounge.
- One Boeing 737-500
- Three Bombardier CRJ900
- Four Embraer E-170
- 3 Saab 340