Estonia’s new national carrier, Nordic Aviation Group (NAG), has rebranded, taking the name Nordica. Unveiled March 11, the company uses a dragonfly as its logo. NAG was set up by the small Baltic nation’s government as a fallback in advance of the demise of Estonia Air last autumn. The European Commission had found Estonian Air had breached state subsidy rules and was ordered to pay back some €85 million ($95 million) in aid. Unable to do so, it filed for ...

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