Baltia Air prepares for inaugral flights

Baltia Air Lines, an emerging airline whose goal it is to become the leading full-service passenger, cargo and mail transportation provider between the major US cities and Eastern Europe, just announced it is expanding its online presence in preparation for the inaugural flight later this year. Baltia has entered into an agreement with The Creative Underground, a Florida-based rising star in the advertising agency field, to produce a state-of-the-art all-inclusive Web site covering every aspect of travel between New York and Eastern Europe, from online booking to travel information and resources for all destinations.

Baltia President, Igor Dmitrowsky, stated, “We want to go well above and beyond the so called ‘normal service’ that we have all experienced within the airline travel industry in recent years,” Dmitrowsky said. “Our goal is to become the leading airline in the world for offering services that no other airline is presenting, including delicious meals prepared by top chefs from leading and soon to be discovered outstanding restaurants in both New York and St. Petersburg. Flying with Baltia will be a very pleasurable and happy experience.”

“The Baltia Web site will set the new standard of excellence in passenger communications. In today’s hectic world travelers need all the help they can get in making flight plans. We intend to virtually take all of the unnecessary hard work away from our customers and make it simple for them to make reservations for flights, ground transportation, connecting flights, hotel and dining reservations and even entertainment,” Dmitrowsky said.

“An airline Web site must be a functional tool, but we will make it more than just a site to make reservations,” Dan Gershenson, Creative Director, The Creative Underground, said. “We want to take the Baltia Air Lines Web site to a new dimension and create an entertaining destination that will capture the excitement of international travel to Eastern Europe and more specifically to the wonderful city of St. Petersburg, Russia.”

“The Creative Underground has displayed its talents with some of the world’s leading companies including Citibank, Verizon, Korean Air, State Farm, Hyatt Hotel, Budweiser, La Quinta Hotels and Bloomingdale’s,” Mr. Dmitrowsky said.