Nordica debuts airplane in new livery ({{commentsTotal}})

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Nordica’s first airplane to fly in its new blue and white aircraft livery, a Bombardier CRJ900, touched down in Tallinn last night.

Nordica is currently renting three Bombardier jets previously flown by Estonian Air which were bought out by the state government prior to the former national carrier’s liquidation.

The current airline, previously known as Nordic Aviation Group, announced its name change to Nordica and introduced its related new visual brand, centered around the image of a dragonfly, in mid-March of this year.

Editor: Editor: Aili Sarapik



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