Estonian airline adopts brand Nordica

Nordic Aviation adopts new brand identity
Nordic Aviation Group, the state-owned Estonian airline that picked up the operations of defunct Estonian Air last November, has officially adopted a new brand and visual identity – Nordica. The logo for the carrier is a dragonfly.
“The introduction of the new name and visual brand concept takes our airline to the next level in its development,” said board member Erik Sakkov.
He added that following the name change Nordica would continue its cooperation with its air operator certificate partner, Slovenia’s Adria Airways.
The new brand identity will be adopted in stages. The first plane with the new livery is already in the air and a second is on its way. The brand is now in use in online marketing and communications channels.
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