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:

  • ICAO English level 4
  • Valid EASA licence
  • First Class Medical
  • Right to live and work in the EU
  • Previous experience working for an airline is an advantage
  • Willingness to work to a rotating work schedule
  • Correctness and punctuality
  • Good communication skills
  • Trustworthiness and a sense of responsibility
  • Open mind

Recruitment process:

  • Preliminary screening on the basis of CVs (only shortlisted candidates are contacted)
  • Submission of application documents
  • Review of conditions
  • Simulator assessment, knowledge test and interview
  • Announcement of results
  • Commencement of training

Remuneration and bonuses:

  • Described in working conditions

Frequently asked questions:

What should I expect from an assessment?

The assessment consists of three parts: a simulator session, a test of your knowledge and an individual interview. The simulator session takes place in a full flight simulator and involves a range of flying exercises. It focuses on manual flying and instrument reading skills rather than checklists or your knowledge of calls. The written knowledge test consists of 25 multiple-choice questions on aviation in general, including questions on jets or textbook material. The interview is designed to assess your personality, mindset and attitudes towards aviation and the working environment. 

What form does the employment relationship take?

Nordica's pilots have a choice between three types of contract: a non-commuting contract, a subcontract or a commuting contract.