• Tallinn-Munich route, which is operated by Adria Airways in cooperation with Nordica, started to have a Lufthansa code-share from 27 March 2016. This is a remarkable new step in the route development of Nordica, which significantly enhances travelling possibilities to and from Tallinn.

  • The name and brand change of Estonian young airline Nordic Aviation published in early March will officially take effect today, 30 March. The airline will start using the new Nordica trademark and a new visual brand identity, the focal point of which is the logo depicting a dragonfly.

  • Information to all passengers that hold Nordic Aviation / Adria Airways tickets to direct flights on Tallinn-Brussels or Brussels-Tallinn route between 22.-28. March 2016.

  • Earlier today, Nordic Aviation introduced the visual brand identity to be created under its new name Nordica, which focuses on a logo that depicts a dragonfly. The company hopes to transfer to the new trademark at the end of this month. The company’s own aircraft will also be sporting the new design soon.

  • We very much hoped we wouldn’t be forced into discussing our new name in such a fashion, because we wanted all the details to be in place and for us to be able to decide where and when to present our new face to the world. But it’s difficult keeping anything to yourself for very long in a place as small as Estonia. That’s why it’s better for us to confirm here and now that our national carrier, which currently goes by the name of Nordic Aviation Group, will soon be known simply as Nordica.

  • In addition to its previously announced summer destinations, Nordic Aviation, in cooperation with Adria Airways, will also be launching a new route to Odessa.

  • In addition to its previously announced summer destinations, Nordic Aviation, in cooperation with Adria Airways, will also be launching summer flights to Rijeka in Croatia and Edinburgh in Scotland.

  • 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.

  • 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.