LONDON—Nordica, the national airline of Baltic state Estonia, is to give up operating commercial flights in its own name for the foreseeable future, blaming over-capacity at its home hub. Nordica will continue to operate public service obligation flights—the European equivalent of the U.S. Essential Air Services scheme—and will use its fleet for ACMI services on behalf of other carriers. The state-owned airline will cease selling tickets for flights after Oct. 26. Under ...

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