Nordica opens second direct summer route to Croatia ({{commentsTotal}})

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Nordica started its summer schedule flights to the Croatian city of Rijeka on Sunday. The opening flight took off at 6:3 p.m., the route is operated in cooperation with Adria Airways.

Erik Sakkov of Nordica’s management board said that the last few years had shown that Estonians’ interest in Croatia had been growing.

Between Jun. 4 and Sep. 24, Nordica will fly to Rijeka once a week on Saturdays. Between Jun. 28 and Aug. 23, an additional flight on Tuesday is added to the schedule. Flight time is 2 hours and 45 minutes.

In addition to Rijeka, Nordica also offers flights to the Croatian resort of Split between April and October. In the summer Nordica will fly this route three times a week, namely on Sunday, Wednesday, and on Thursday.

The company’s cooperation with Adria Airways covers 15 destinations in Europe, including Amsterdam, Berlin, Brussels, Kiev, Munich, Nice, Odessa, Oslo, Paris, Rijeka, Split, Stockholm, Trondheim, Vienna, and Vilnius.

Editor: Editor: Dario Cavegn



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