Estonian Air E-170. Courtesy, OV Baltic’s state-owned Estonian Air (OV) reported a nine-month loss of €20.2 million ($25.9 million), nearly doubled from €11.2 million in the year-ago period. OV’s supervisory council has fired CEO Tero Taskila, who took over the position more than a year ago. The airline announced former Cimber Sterling CEO Jan Palmer took over as of Nov. 1. The Danish carrier filed for bankruptcy in May (ATW Daily News, May 4). The supervisory ...

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