• 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.

  • The morning flights of Nordica/Adria Airways to Brussels, which were suspended since 22 March following the terrorist attack at Brussels Zaventem Airport, will resume from 2 May. Evening flights on the Tallinn-Brussels route resumed already on 17 April.

  • Estonian airline Nordica in cooperation with Adria Airways has sold over 150,000 flight tickets by this year. Approximately 82,000 passengers have travelled on almost 2,500 flights in the first months of the year, from January to April. Approximately 70,000 tickets have been booked up to the end of the year. A record number of tickets was sold during the “Eesti moodi Euroopasse’ (To Europe the Estonian Way) spring campaign, where sales increased by almost a half.

  • Tallinn-Munich route, which is operated by Adria Airways in cooperation with Nordica, started to have a Lufthansa code-share from 27 March 2016. This is a remarkable new step in the route development of Nordica, which significantly enhances travelling possibilities to and from Tallinn.

  • The name and brand change of Estonian young airline Nordic Aviation published in early March will officially take effect today, 30 March. The airline will start using the new Nordica trademark and a new visual brand identity, the focal point of which is the logo depicting a dragonfly.

  • Information to all passengers that hold Nordic Aviation / Adria Airways tickets to direct flights on Tallinn-Brussels or Brussels-Tallinn route between 22.-28. March 2016.

  • Earlier today, Nordic Aviation introduced the visual brand identity to be created under its new name Nordica, which focuses on a logo that depicts a dragonfly. The company hopes to transfer to the new trademark at the end of this month. The company’s own aircraft will also be sporting the new design soon.

  • We very much hoped we wouldn’t be forced into discussing our new name in such a fashion, because we wanted all the details to be in place and for us to be able to decide where and when to present our new face to the world. But it’s difficult keeping anything to yourself for very long in a place as small as Estonia. That’s why it’s better for us to confirm here and now that our national carrier, which currently goes by the name of Nordic Aviation Group, will soon be known simply as Nordica.