Today Nordica’s seventh plane has arrived in Tallinn. The 90-seat Bombardier CRJ900 is from the same CRJ line as all the earlier Nordica planes. This latest arrival got its Nordica and LOT Polish Airlines livery just a couple of days ago in France.

The plane will be used mostly to serve the passengers of LOT Polish Airlines, the national airline of Poland and Nordica’s strategic partner. Although the subcontracted plane’s flight schedule will rarely take it to Estonia, it will sometimes do Nordica flights departing from Tallinn, enabling the company to consolidate and optimise its schedule when necessary.

The Nordic Aviation Group’s business plan for the next few years envisages increased volumes of subcontracted services and greater scope effect. The planes are leased and operated by Regional Jet, a joint enterprise of Nordica and LOT Polish Airlines. The long-term rental agreement takes into account a growing number of flights ordered by LOT Polish Airlines. The new plane means more stability and cheaper prices for Nordica’s services. As the plane that has arrived today will be flying mostly abroad, its design is more conservative.

Another identical new Nordica plane is to arrive in Tallinn at the end of the current week.