Tallinn-based Nordica is continuing its network overhaul by axing four summer services as part of further efforts to focus on its profitable routes.
Nordica earlier in November outlined plans to cut its year-round services from Tallin to Amsterdam, Oslo and St Petersburg from 14 January.
It now says it will also cut its summer flights to the German airports of Berlin Tegel and Hamburg, Croatian port city Rijeka and Gothenburg in Sweden.
As a result of the network of overhaul, Nordia will operate eight routes this winter and a further five over the summer.
"We’re better off channelling our resources into projects that are profitable and boost our financial results," explains Nordica chief executive Hannes Saarpuu. "We have to turn a profit first and foremost, just like any other company, and the changes we’re making to our route network will help us achieve that.
"Nordica’s flexibility and being able to respond to changes on the market as they happen are important factors in ensuring our long-term success.”
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