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  • Nordica started operating flights to Copenhagen. Kastrup Airport, the biggest hub in Scandinavia, is well-located for connections for both transit passengers and those enjoying city breaks alike. Nordica aims to offer its clients suitable flight times on the principle that they depart from Tallinn and arrive at their destination early in the morning and return home the same evening.

  • Today, on the evening of 26 April Nordica will be flying to Zhuliany Airport in Kyiv for the first time. The second-largest international airport in the Ukrainian capital, Zhuliany is 10 km from the city centre, to which it enjoys quick and convenient access. In addition to daily service to Kyiv Borispol, flights from Tallinn to Zhuliany will take place on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays and from Zhuliany to Tallinn on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.

  • Passenger numbers on Estonia’s national airline Nordica continued to grow in the first quarter of 2018, and the rate at which tickets have been purchased for summer destinations promises further growth.

  • Estonia’s national carrier Nordica is celebrating its second birthday this week. Although the airline had started operating flights a few months earlier in November 2015, its name and visual identity were revealed to the public in late March 2016, when Nordica gradually began flying with its own aircraft and crews. It is this date that the company considers its birthday.

  • As the official partner airline to the Estonian Basketball Association (EBA), Nordica is rewarding young basketballers with flights to tournaments abroad as part of a cooperation agreement with the EBA.

  • Employees of Estonia’s national airline Nordica have braved the elements to film a greeting video on the tarmac at Tallinn Airport. Inspired by their best wishes and love for their country, it is dedicated to the centenary of the Republic of Estonia.

  • Estonia’s national airline Nordica delivered 613,000 passengers to their destinations in 2017, a rise of more than 60% on the previous year, solidifying the airline’s position as market leader for flights operating out of Tallinn. Nordica’s fleet also increased by 10 aircraft during the year.

  • Compared to 2016, Estonia’s national airline Nordica has flown 65% more passengers in the year to date – including, today, the one millionth traveller to fly with the airline!

  • Nordica is set to launch flights to the Danish capital Copenhagen in spring

  • 26 April 2018 will see the first flight operated by the Estonian national airline Nordica to Zhuliany, the second-largest airport in the Ukrainian capital Kyiv. The airport is located close to the city centre. Nordica already operates daily flights between Tallinn and Kyiv’s largest airport, Boryspil, but from next spring it will also be possible to fly to Zhuliany three times a week.