Estonian Air has reaffirmed an order with Bombardier for three CRJ900s with options for two more. This new agreement replaces a firm order for three CRJ900s announced on March 10, 2008 as part of a purchase by SAS Scandinavian Airlines. SAS subsequently reduced its stake in Estonian Air from 49% to 10% on May 10 when the Estonian government effectively saved the airline by investing €21 million. The Estonian government has the right to buy SAS’ remaining 10% shareholding by 2014 and is expected to do so. “We require aircraft with less capacity than our mainline jets,” says Andrus Aljas,

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