Estonian Nordic Aviation Group (NAG) further develops its ACMI business concept by adding the first 180-seat Airbus 320 aircraft to its fleet during summer 2022. From a business perspective this will complement the ACMI capability to what the airline XFLY is offering on the regional CPA/ACMI market with ATR72-600s, CRJ900 and in the future E-Jets. The decision means the Group can offer CPA/ACMI solutions from 70 to 180 seats to major airlines, tour operators and the charter market. Preparations to introduce this new business line has been going on during the pandemic with the goal to be ready when the

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