Estonia’s national carrier, which currently goes by the name of Nordic Aviation Group, will soon be known simply as Nordica.
Estonia has always aligned itself more with Northern Europe than any other region, and that’s something the people in charge of the country have wanted to see reflected in the name of the national carrier.
The carrier also launches a new logo inspired by a dragonfly. The company hopes to transfer to the new trademark at by the end of March. The company’s own aircraft will also be sporting the new design in near future.
The principle and values behind the new brand of Nordic Aviation are still the same – it wants to be Estonian in its essence in a manner that captures the hearts of Estonians and creates good emotions in foreigners. Nordic Aviation board member Erik Sakkov said that the most important task of the company is to guarantee the satisfaction of all clients with excellent customer service. “We’re at the start of this journey, but our own aircraft, our own people on board and our own food and drinks, customs and symbols are already offering us the chance to start building a high-quality service,” he added.
Nordic Aviation serves passengers on eight direct routes from Tallinn: Brussels, Kiev, Oslo, Amsterdam, Vilnius, Stockholm, Trondheim and Munich. New year-round flights to Berlin and Vienna, and seasonal flights to Nice, Split and Paris, will be added in spring. There will be also direct flights to Rijeka, Odessa and Edinburgh from the summer.
The biggest partner to Nordic Aviation in the organization of flights is Adria Airways, because they are using their airline certificate, commercial platform and ticketing system. This is why the procedures and rules of Adria Airways apply on all of the flights organized by them.