For the winter season, Latvian airline airBaltic will launch two new direct routes to link Tallinn, the capital of Estonia, with Paris and Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania, with Amsterdam.
Christophe Viatte, Chief Commercial Officer of airBaltic, “We are reinforcing links between the Baltic capitals and European hubs in line with our restructuring plan, and our customers will benefit immediately. Travellers from Tallinn and Vilnius will enjoy excellent connections through Paris and Amsterdam that we can offer together with our code share partners Air France and KLM.”
Tallinn – Paris
4 flights weekly
October 28, 2014
Vilnius – Amsterdam
4 flights weekly
October 30, 2014
*Lowest fare, including taxes, fees and service charges, on www.airBaltic.com, subject to availability
Starting October 28, 2014, airBaltic will fly from Tallinn to Paris four times a week and will use Boeing 737 aircraft. The fares on the route will start at EUR69, including airport fees and transaction costs. A full schedule of airBaltic flights can be found on the company’s homepage at www.airBaltic.com.
Starting October 30, 2014, airBaltic will fly from Vilnius to Amsterdam four times a week and will use Boeing 737 aircraft. The fares on the route will start at EUR69, including airport fees and transaction costs. A full schedule of airBaltic flights can be found on the company’s homepage at www.airBaltic.com.
As announced recently, airBaltic achieved a net profit of EUR +1 million for the full year of 2013, one year ahead of the initial business turnaround schedule. airBaltic serves over 60 destinations from its home base in Riga, Latvia. From every one of these locations, airBaltic offers convenient connections via North Hub Riga to its network spanning Europe, Scandinavia, Russia, CIS and the Middle East.
airBaltic in brief:
AIR BALTIC CORPORATION (airBaltic) is a joint stock company established in 1995. The majority shareholder is Latvian state with 99.8% of stock. The airBaltic fleet consists of 25 aircrafts – five Boeing 737-500, eight Boeing 737-300 and twelve Bombardier Q400Next Gen airplanes. airBaltic offers nonstop flights from three Baltic capital cities: Riga, Vilnius and Tallinn. airBaltic was named Airline of the Year 2009/2010 (Gold Award) by the European Regions Airline Association. airBaltic is the winner of Air Transport World Phoenix Award 2010 – a global recognition of excellence in restructuring business. airBaltic won a special Pacesetter Award 2010 from the Jury of the Budgies World Low Cost Airline Awards, recognising the achievements of airBaltic as a hybrid airline. In 2012, airBaltic was ranked by Airlinetrends to be among the Top 10 airlines globally for innovation.