Latvian airline airBaltic has reported revenues of €204.1 million in 2021, up 41% compared to the previous year.
airBaltic plans to offer flights on a total of 92 routes from Riga, Tallinn, Vilnius and Tampere over the summer season as the recovery from Covid-19 continues to gather pace. Here Breaking Travel News finds out more about this industry-leading carrier
airBaltic plans to offer flights on a total of 92 routes from Riga, Tallinn, Vilnius and Tampere over the summer season. Flights at the Latvian airline will take off from March 27th.
More airlines have cancelled flights into Ukraine as a Russian invasion begins in earnest. Missile strikes and explosions have been reported in several parts of Ukraine this morning.
airBaltic has temporarily suspend overnight flights to and from Ukraine. As the geopolitical situation in the country deteriorates, the decision will remain in place until at least the end of February.
airBaltic has confirmed it will offer passengers flights from Riga to Malta, Yerevan and Baku this summer. The news comes as the Latvia-based carrier seeks to rebuild its network.
ITA Airways and airBaltic are starting codeshare cooperation that will open new and wider travel opportunities to travellers. airBaltic customers will benefit from convenient access to destinations in Italy.
airBaltic carried 1.6 million passengers last year, up by a fifth on the Covid-19 disrupted number for 2020. In 2021, the airline performed 23,440 flights from the three Baltic states.
airBaltic increased the amount of sustainable aviation fuel used in its operations by a fifth last year. This has been achieved in cooperation with Neste and other fuel providers on the network.
airBaltic has launched direct flights between Riga and Kittilä, Finland. The Latvian airline now connects both cities with one weekly flight.
airBaltic carried 157,200 passengers in November, up 265 per cent when compared to the same month last year. The Latvian carrier performed 2,740 flights last month.
Emirates and airBaltic have launched a codeshare deal. Customers of the Latvian carrier will benefit from convenient access to Emirates’ worldwide network via its hub in Dubai.