Nordic Aviation and its partner Adria Airways served 17,267 passengers and made 568 flights in the first month of 2016. Amsterdam and Stockholm were the most popular routes.

The total number of passengers who used flights organised by Nordic Aviation from the company’s launch in November 2015 until January 2016 was 58,634. The airline’s clients have booked 34,990 tickets for flights between February and October 2016.

In addition to the existing eight direct routes from Tallinn, Nordic Aviation announced last week that it will launch another two year-round and three summer flights in spring. This means that Nordic Aviation will be organising flights to as many as 13 destinations all over Europe in the summer season, including year-round flights to Stockholm, Oslo, Trondheim, Vilnius, Kiev, Amsterdam, Brussels, Munich, Vienna and Berlin, and seasonal flights to Paris, Nice and Split.

Nordic Aviation started using its first own aircraft and Estonian crew for flights in mid-January, and more will be added shortly. The plan is to start using the airline’s second leased CRJ700 aircraft in the near future.