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Can Flybe rescue Estonian Air?

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Rescue? no, but devour the profitable routes yes! Reply to the comment answer
~Air Estonia [13.02.2013, 11:54]
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How much will the taxpayer lose if they declare EA bankrupt? They have been getting capital injections and loans from the government for years now. Reply to the comment answer
~ameeriklane [13.02.2013, 15:44]
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Would they want to. They will only negotiate a deal that benefits them. Estonian government is too stupid to see this, as are idiot executives of EA. Reply to the comment answer
~why on earth? [13.02.2013, 16:16]
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Wasn't EA market share around 45% in Tallinn Airport (before downsizing, that is)? That's could be an incentive for Flybe. Reply to the comment answer
~Indeed [13.02.2013, 16:26]
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EA will for sure not survive.
And FlyBe will, if really interested in getting landing slots in Tallinn, stay patient until the Estonian government will have to close business under pressure from Brussels.
If you're looking at the bigger picture you won't be surprised that this scenarion has already happened to Finnair in 2012... Reply to the comment answer
~Air-Liner [28.02.2013, 12:42]
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