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Estonian Air to introduce the Flight Pass

The Flight Pass can be purchased for a longer period (up to 12 months), and it can contain 4 to a 100 one-way flights.

Estonian Air launched the Flight Pass which is a good news for frequent flyers both on leisure and business purposes. The Flight Pass is also very suitable for people studying or working abroad and travelling a lot by plane between a particular destination and home.

“Estonian Air has many customers flying the same route or region on regular bases. Therefore, we introduce the Flight Pass to offer them volume-based and highly flexible solution. The Flight Pass gives customers more freedom to choose the favourite product at a fixed price,” said Indrek Randveer, CCO of Estonian Air.

The Flight Pass can be purchased for a longer period (up to 12 months), and it can contain 4 to a 100 one-way flights. The terms of the Flight Pass are flexible and customers can select desired destinations, service class, number of flights, advance booking time etc. Customers can save up to 50% by buying the Flight Pass if compared to individually purchased tickets. The Flight Pass is valid for all Estonian Air flights.

The Flight Pass can be shared with family members, friends, colleagues and others if added to the Users list.

The Flight Pass has been launched in cooperation with Optiontown in a common shopping environment. The Fight Pass can be purchased via Estonian Air homepage by selecting ‘Flight Pass’ from the ‘Services’ menu.

Estonian Air, Estonia’s national carrier, is the biggest operator at Tallinn Airport. Estonian Air is aiming to provide Estonia with reliable and regular double daily connections to destinations of strategic importance and of substantial demand.

In addition to direct flights, Estonian Air is providing more than 280 destinations around the world together with partner airlines with minimum connecting time.  For instance, Stockholm Arlanda, Copenhagen and Amsterdam airports act as important hubs for connecting flights around the whole world.

The airline flies regular routes to Stockholm (Arlanda and Bromma), Copenhagen, Amsterdam, Brussels, Oslo, Moscow, Munich, St Petersburg, Kiev, Vilnius and Trondheim. In addition, from December 2014 to March 2015 Estonian Air operates flights to Munich and from April to November 2015 to Milan.

Tatiana Rokou

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