Estonian Air will add two 33-seat Saab 340s to its current fleet of six 737s. The regional aircraft will operate three new routes: Daily Tallinn-Helsinki and six-times-weekly Tallinn-Vilnius beginning Sept. 24 and twice-weekly Tallinn-Kuressaare-Stockholm Arlanda from Sept. 27. The airline also is planning to launch service to St. Petersburg and Minsk when it secures the traffic rights. The 340s will be operated by Estonian Air Regional, a wholly owned subsidiary.

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