airBaltic will introduce popular skiing destinations of Salzburg, Verona and Poprad in the High Tatras Mountains this winter.
The Latvian carrier has also significantly improved service for the winter of 2017 by increasing frequencies from Riga to London, Hamburg and Prague.
A more convenient schedule for flights to Warsaw will be available, with new morning and evening flights on weekdays.
Wolfgang Reuss, senior vice president, network management, airBaltic, said: “We introduced direct flights to Geneva, Tampere and Gothenburg only this summer, however, the passenger demand for these routes has already been high, making it viable for us to fly to these cities year-round.
“With addition of Abu Dhabi to our route map, we are offering the best flexibility to, from and within the Baltic states for business and leisure travellers alike.”
Starting from October 29th, airBaltic will operate the Riga-Abu Dhabi route four times weekly with the brand new Bombardier CS300 aircraft.
Etihad Airways will be its codeshare partner on the route.