On October 29, the Latvian national airline airBaltic will add its flights on the route from Riga to Chisinau to the previously announced winter schedule. The flights will link the capital of Moldova via North Hub Riga with airports in Western Europe, Scandinavia, Baltic states and Russia.
Michael Grimme, Senior Vice President Sales and Marketing of airBaltic: ''The residents of Chisinau and surrounding regions will now enjoy convenient connections to cities like Amsterdam, Paris, Rome, Berlin, Oslo, Copenhagen, Stockholm, Helsinki, Tallinn, St. Petersburg, and many others.''
By increasing flight frequencies compared to last winter, airBaltic will improve its service to both local passengers, and those travelling in transit via Riga to and from 60 destinations in Europe, Middle East, Russia/CIS. airBaltic is introducing Budapest as its new year-round destination, adding flights to routes connecting Riga with London, Paris, Brussels, Amsterdam, Vienna, Munich, Dusseldorf, Oslo, Bergen, Billund, and boasting a larger family of major airlines as partners that offer convenient code-share flights to and from airports worldwide.
airBaltic will increase its Riga- London service to 8 weekly flights, up from 7 last winter. airBaltic will also offer 9 weekly flights on the Riga-Paris route, up from 7 last winter; the partnership with AirFrance will enable airBaltic passengers to reach over 150 destinations worldwide. Riga-Brussels flights will be operated 10 times weekly, an increase from 8 times the previous winter; airBaltic’s partnership with Brussels Airlines offers convenient connections with destinations in Africa. airBaltic will increase its Riga- Amsterdam service to 9 weekly flights, up from 7 last winter, and reinforces the partnership with KLM, offering convenient connections with destinations worldwide. airBaltic will increase its Riga- Vienna service to 10 weekly flights, up from 7 last winter; the flight will be operated in cooperation with Austrian Airlines. Riga-Munich flights will be operated 10 times weekly, as a result of improving frequency from 7 to 10 weekly. airBaltic will also offer 5 weekly flights on the Riga-Dusseldorf route, up from 4 last winter; airBaltic’s recent partnership with airberlin has improved connections between the Baltic region and airports in Germany (such as Cologne, Stuttgart, Nuremberg, Muenster, Karlsruhe/Baden Baden, Saarbrucken, Westerland), Europe and worldwide. airBaltic will increase its Riga- Billund service to 4 weekly flights, up from 3 last winter. Riga-Bergen flights will be operated 4 times weekly, as a result of adding one frequency compared to last winter. Riga-Oslo route will be reinforced to offer 20 weekly flights; connections between Norway and the Baltic region will thus be improved to offer 29 weekly flights.
airBaltic serves over 60 destinations from its home base in Riga, Latvia. From every one of these, airBaltic offers convenient connections via North Hub Riga to its network spanning Europe, Scandinavia, Russia, CIS and the Middle East.
A full schedule of flights is available on the company’s homepage – www.airbaltic.com.