• Nordica served the biggest number of airline passengers in 2016 according to data from Tallinn Airport.

  • To mark International Civil Aviation Day, Nordica is taking a look back at its first year of operations. The airline got off the ground in November 2015, with the first flights in aircraft bearing the Nordica colours taking place in March this year. 9000 regular flights have since been operated, as well as flights operated for our partners. In total, passengers have been flown with Nordica’s help to more than 360 destinations around the world, and by the end of 2016 passenger numbers are expected to have reached around 400,000.

  • Nordica and LOT Polish Airlines will start a strategic cooperation as of 19. November this year. The proposed cooperation involves a joint commercial platform and ticket sales system, as well as the sharing of airline codes. Nordica will provide services to LOT in order to increase the efficiency of the operation of regional flights. The first new route that Nordica will start servicing in the coming months is Stockholm-Warsaw. With the export of flight services increasing, Nordica will supplement its fleet with three new aircraft and create over 70 jobs in the next year. As a necessary element of the strategic cooperation, LOT will acquire 49% shareholding in Nordica’s subsidiary undertaking Regional Jet .

  • Nordica, in association with Adria Airways, served a total of 38,102 passengers in September, operating 791 flights during the month. As planned, summer flights to Paris and the Croatian resort of Rijeka came to an end in September, while the start of the new business season saw more flights on the Vilnius, Oslo and Stockholm routes. In total, the arrival of autumn has seen a reduction in passenger numbers of just 5%.

  • Nordica, in cooperation with Adria Airways, served a total of 40,069 passengers in August, operating 739 flights during the month. 77.8% of those flights were performed with Nordica’s own CRJ-type aircraft, with an average seat occupancy rate of 71.3%.

  • Make your journey memorable by pre-ordering your in-flight meal.

  • Passengers can now also check-in online for Nordica/Adria Airways flights departing from Oslo and Stockholm.

  • The mobile version of the Nordica/Adria Airways boarding pass is usable since August. This means that all our passengers can now enjoy paper-free travel.

  • In July Nordica in cooperation with Adria Airways served 40,167 passengers and made 710 regular flights, 76% of which were operated with the airline’s own CRJ planes. The percentage of use of Nordica’s own aircraft increased by almost a quarter compared to the month before.

  • Regarding a possible bomb threat for Estonia-Germany flights for the last week of July, there are no planned changes in Nordica’s flight schedule. However, passengers might expect a bit higher security measures at Tallinn Airport than usual.