Nordica is a rapidly growing company that values its employees

Founded in 2015, Nordic Aviation Group AS has grown to become the biggest aviation company in Estonian history. Before the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic the airline transported around two million passengers annually, operating 22 aircraft and employing more than 600 specialists in Estonia and abroad. In addition to Nordic Aviation Group AS, the parent company, the subsidiary Regional Jet OÜ (Xfly) also belong to the group.

We want to ensure that all our employees feel valued and cared for. We offer in-house career opportunities and encourage our employees to share their ideas to make Nordica better. 

Come and join one of the fastest-growing airlines in Northern Europe!

We are friendlyopen and honest towards both our employees and partners. 

Aviation requires teamwork, so we place a high value on ability to cooperate, initiative and dedication. We take care of one another and move forward together.

We believe that all employees are equally important to the company and strive to be a flexible and supportive employer

Qualification requirements:

  • Secondary education
  • Fluency in Estonian and English (knowledge of Russian, Polish or any of the languages of Scandinavia or the Low Countries is a strong advantage)
  • Desire to offer clients pleasant and memorable service
  • Good diction and communication skills
  • Correctness and punctuality
  • Trustworthiness and a sense of responsibility
  • Willingness to work to a rotating work schedule
  • Minimum age of 18
  • Maximum height of 180 cm
  • Good health (no illnesses that prevent you from working in an aircraft)

Recruitment process:

  • Preliminary screening based on submitted CVs
  • Invitation to a briefing introducing the company, the nature of the work and working conditions
  • Individual interview + reading test
  • Announcement of results
  • Commencement of training

Remuneration and bonuses:

  • Revealed during briefing and interview

Frequently asked questions:

Is it possible to train as a flight attendant while studying elsewhere?

Flight attendant training lasts for up to two months. For the first month it takes place from Monday to Friday during regular working hours. You could encounter scheduling conflicts, so it may be hard to keep up with your studies while familiarising yourself with the specifics of working as a flight attendant. The training period is followed by active full-time work to cement the skills you have acquired. Training to be a flight attendant while also studying elsewhere is complicated. 

Do I have to change my place of residence?

Due to the nature of the job, it is recommended that you live near your home airport to shorten the commuting time. If you are on call, you need to be at the airport within an hour of being called in.