• In July Nordica in cooperation with Adria Airways served 40,167 passengers and made 710 regular flights, 76% of which were operated with the airline’s own CRJ planes. The percentage of use of Nordica’s own aircraft increased by almost a quarter compared to the month before.

  • Regarding a possible bomb threat for Estonia-Germany flights for the last week of July, there are no planned changes in Nordica’s flight schedule. However, passengers might expect a bit higher security measures at Tallinn Airport than usual.

  • There are no changes in Nordica’s flight schedule, flights will be departing as scheduled.

  • Nordica served 38,878 passengers in cooperation with Adria Airways in June, which is a 24% increase on the previous month. The airline made 764 flights and 98.3% of all flights went as scheduled. Munich and Stockholm were the most popular destinations in June.

  • Erik Sakkov, the commercial director and a member of the management board of Nordica (Nordic Aviation Group AS), will be leaving the company from 23 June 2016. The management board will carry on with two members, with work being reorganised accordingly. Its members will be current chairman Jaan Tamm and finance manager Ahto Pärl.

  • Today, on 4 June, Nordica in cooperation with Adria Airways will launch direct flights to Rijeka, Croatia. The first flight from Tallinn to Rijeka will take off at 18:30 EEST.

  • Nordica in cooperation with Adria Airways launches a new seasonal summer route to Odessa today. The inaugural flight from Tallinn to Odessa will depart at 12.30.

  • Adria Airways, the strategic partner of Estonian airline brand Nordica has entered into a code-share agreement with Turkish Airlines. This is another remarkable step, which widens the choices for Nordica customers and adds some new possible destinations for Turkish Airlines passengers to and from Tallinn.

  • The fourth CRJ900 aircraft, which is the sixth plane in Nordica’s fleet, arrived in Tallinn, Estonia on Monday, 16 May. The 88-seat plane, registration number ES-ACG, was purchased from a private company in the US and its owner will be public undertaking Transpordi Varahaldus, who will give it to Nordica on long-term lease. The aircraft will be used on flights departing from Tallinn from July, when all the necessary documents are in order.

  • From this week onwards, passengers can check in for all Nordica/Adria Airways flights departing from Tallinn on the Nordica website. This option is available from 24 hours to 60 minutes before the scheduled departure.