Estonia is moving forward with its intent to join Eurocontrol, provider of air navigation service operations for Europe.
The Baltic nation is currently the only member of the European Union that is not a Eurcontrol member state. Estonia first signed a letter of intent to join Eurocontrol in June 2013. Juhan Parts, minister for economic affairs and communications for Estonia, has met with delegation from Eurocontrol and also wrote a letter to the president Eurocontrol's permanent commission informing him of the country's intent to join.
Eurocontrol is expecting an application from Estonia in January.
"If all goes according to plan, Estonia will become Eurocontrol’s 41st Member State on 1 January 2015," Eurocontrol said in a statement.