Airbaltic News

Sheremetyevo Airport welcomes first airBaltic CS300

Sheremetyevo Airport welcomes first airBaltic CS300

20 May 2017 Airline News

Sheremetyevo International Airport in Moscow has welcomed the first commercial flight from the new airBaltic Bombardier CS300 aircraft. Martin Gauss, chief executive at airBaltic, said: “We are delighted to land the first commercial flight with the most innovative and technologically advanced aircraft in the world – Bombardier CS300 here in Moscow.”

airBaltic to connect Riga and Odessa with new flight

airBaltic to connect Riga and Odessa with new flight

27 March 2017 Airline News Tourism News

The Latvian airline airBaltic has launched a new route between Riga and Odessa. The new route offers a new summer holiday destination for travellers from the Baltics, as well as convenient travel options to Riga and beyond to destinations in Western Europe, Scandinavia, the Baltics, and the CIS.

airBaltic to recruit crew in Estonia

airBaltic to recruit crew in Estonia

1 March 2017 Airline News

The Latvia-based airline airBaltic is hosting an “open door” initiative in Estonia today for young professionals seeking to become part of the carrier’s development under Horizon 2021 business plan.

Riga International Airport breaks passenger records

Riga International Airport breaks passenger records

30 December 2016 Airline News

Demonstrating its leading position in the Baltic region, Riga International Airport achieved a new passenger traffic record exceeding the threshold of 5.3 million passengers. Arnis Muižnieks, director of aviation department, ministry of transport: “Closing the year with a new passenger traffic record, Riga International Airport has once again proven itself as the undisputed leader in the Baltic region.

airBaltic joins Airlines for Europe

airBaltic joins Airlines for Europe

21 October 2016 Airline News

Airlines for Europe continues to attract new members with airBaltic joining Europe’s largest airline association. The Latvian network airline, which operates from bases in Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia, is headquartered in Riga. airBaltic joins A4E after a busy summer campaigning on minimising the impact of air traffic control strikes, removing unreasonable taxes and lowering the cost of the EU’s airports.