Copterline hopes to build confidence in first year


Scheduled helicopter flights between Tallinn and Helsinki have started again, for the first time since the fatal August 2005 crash. Passengers are optimistic about the new helicopter, according to Tonis Lepp, managing director of Copterline Estonia. It is important to gain confidence this year, he said. Investment banker Joakim Helenius considers the options offered by Copterline to be very convenient: "To take the plane, you have to go to the airport and wait there for an hour, which means that one meeting takes me at least half a day. But with the helicopter it will take only about 90 minutes.”

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