• This spring, Nordic Aviation will start flying to several new destinations in cooperation with Adria Airways. Year-round direct flights from Tallinn to Berlin and Vienna will start at the end of March. Flights to Munich, which so far have only taken place in winter, will continue year-round and become more frequent. As for summer flights, Paris will be added to existing destinations Nice and Split in spring.

  • The first own aircraft of Nordic Aviation will take off to Amsterdam at 18.10 EET on 20 January 2016 with Estonian crew on board. It is a Bombardier CRJ700, which will be predominantly serving the longer routes – Amsterdam, Brussels, Kiev.

  • Nordic Aviation, which started operating on 8 November, has carried out 1,368 flights and served a total of 48,351 passengers in cooperation with Adria Airways. The clients of the company have booked 34,990 tickets until October this year.

  • Nordic Aviation and its partner airline Adria Airways will start organising flights to Munich from 19 December. The return flights will initially take place once a week, and twice a week on Saturdays from February until the end of March.

  • Nordic Aviation, its partner Adria Airways and the biggest Estonian ski tour operators Germalo Reisid and Mainor Meelis will start organising regular charter flights to popular European ski resorts from the second half of February. This is the first contract in the area of charter flights for Nordic Aviation.

  • Nordic Aviation, which started operating on 8 November, completed 726 flights and served 26,370 passengers in cooperation with Adria Airways during its first month of operations. The airline’s clients have so far booked 56,750 tickets up to October 2016.

  • Nordic Aviation in cooperation with Adria Airways will begin organising direct flights to Nice and Split in the coming summer season.

  • Nordic Aviation hopes to change over to in-flight service in Estonian in January

  • Nordic Crew Management has entered into an agreement with the first group of Estonian pilots who will fly to Ljubljana in Slovenia today to start training procedures with Adria Airways tomorrow. The first group consists of nine people, one of whom is French and the other eight Estonians.

  • As a result of the changed competitive situation, Nordic Aviation has decided to stop organising flights on the Copenhagen route from 30 November 2015. All customers who have purchased tickets will be contacted and their flight will be rearranged or they will be given a refund. Nordic Aviation apologises for the inconvenience.