The new Estonian airline, Nordic Aviation Group (NAG), has sold 31,444 tickets during the five days since launching ticket sales.
“Altogether 6,438 passengers have flown with us and we have made 147 flights,” Nordic Aviation Group spokesperson Liis Veersalu said in a press release.
Formed by the Estonian government and fully owned by the state, Nordic Aviation Group started serving passengers on eight different routes — Amsterdam, Brussels, Copenhagen, Stockholm, Oslo, Kiev, Trondheim and Vilnius — in cooperation with five European flight operators on Nov. 8.
Currently the role of Nordic Aviation is limited to ordering the flights, as the company does not have its own fleet of aircraft or crew yet. The flights are carried out in cooperation with airlines such as BMI, Trade Air, NextJet and Carpatair that provide the fleet and the crews, and Adria Airways that provides the flight operator’s certificate, commercial platform and ticketing system.
Source: Baltic News Service
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