OUR STORY  

An essential part of a happy life is characterised by a smoothly running day-to-day routine. It is our desire to go to work and it is the joy of coming back home. And in between, as part of a brilliant day, there is the need of arriving safe and sound. While we are well aware of this need, Hansaliinid continually develops its vehicle fleet and trains its drivers, who have been entrusted with the mobile force which carries on life in our country – our people, on wheels.

HISTORY 

The predecessor of Hansa Bussiliinid AS, Viljandi Autobussi- ja taksopark (Viljandi bus and taxi fleet) was established in 1945 and that enterprise mostly served the city and county traffic lines. In 1994 the company was privatised, while at the same time a change of names took place. By today Hansa Bussiliinid AS has extended into numerous different regions of Estonia and is definitely one of the biggest Estonian enterprises to offer quality bus services. As of 2005 Hansa Bussiliinid AS (previously Mulgi Reisid AS) has formed part of the Hansabuss AS group of companies.

April 2016 – As a result of having won of the public procurement Hansa Bussiliinid AS concluded an 8-year contract with the Võru County government on the public regular services for Võru County.

October 2014 – As a result of having won of the public procurement Hansa Bussiliinid AS concluded an 8-year contract with the Rapla County government on the public regular services for Rapla County.

June 2014 – As a result of having won the public procurement Hansa Bussiliinid AS concluded a 7-year contract with Harjumaa ÜTK on public regular services for the Harju County Viimsi area.

October 2013 – As Mulgi Reisid, the company for public regular services as well as chartered bus services, has its name changed into Hansa Bussiliinid AS.

July 2010 – As a result of having won the public procurement Hansa Bussiliinid AS concluded a 7-year cooperation contract with the Hiiu County government on public regular services for Hiiu County.

July 2010 – Hansa Bussiliinid terminated public regular services for the city of Viljandi and the County of Viljandi. The Viljandi department continued with local school bus services, with national commercial regular services and chartered bus services as well as with operating the Viljandi bus station.

January 2009 – As a result of having won the public procurement Hansa Bussiliinid AS concluded a 10-year cooperation contract with the Pärnu County government on serving public regular long-distance services for Pärnu County geared towards the northern direction.

January 2008 – As a result of having won the public procurement Hansa Bussiliinid AS concluded a 5-year cooperation contract with the Harju County government on serving public regular county services for Harju County geared towards the western and southern direction.

January 2006 – Hansa Bussiliinid AS put into service SOR public transport busses, which are originally from the Czech Republic and which, by now, have largely been taken into use in numerous Estonian bus enterprises.

August 2005 – Hansabuss AS acquired majority holding of Hansa Bussiliinid AS.