Estonian Prime Minister Taavi Rõivas stated on Thursday that airBaltic being released from accusations that State aid had not been granted lawfully gives one cause to hope that Estonian Air might receive similar good news, reports LETA/Delfi.ee.
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“These two cases appear similar, but in their nuances they are different. We do not know, what might be the ruling the European Commission might arrive at, and when it might be,” commented the Estonian prime minister.

He remarked that the ruling on AirBaltic gives more hope to Estonian Air.

“As a regular person as well as the prime minister, I hope that Estonian Air will continue operating flights here,” added Rõivas.

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