The Latvian national airline airBaltic has confirmed it will raffle a new airBaltic-branded MINI Cooper on August 1st. The competition will be open to all airBaltic passengers who book a round trip ticket on airBaltic website before July 15th.
Latvian national airline airBaltic and Sixt, one of the leading European providers of mobility services, have teamed up to offer more convenient travel for customers. The airline will make the car rental giant a Preferred Partner in the region, allowing guests to earn double points for each rental anywhere in the world.
The Supervisory Board of Latvian national airline airBaltic and CEO Martin Gauss have mutually agreed to extend his contract as Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Executive Board until 31 March 2014.
Latvian national airline airBaltic has concluded a cooperation agreement with AirFrance, including code-sharing of flights. AirFrance offers convenient connections via its Paris hub to and from destinations worldwide.
The frequent flyer programmes of Scandinavian Airlines and airBaltic as well as the South American loyalty coalition network Multiplus have become the latest partners for Worldhotels. The three partners EuroBonus, BalticMiles and Multiplus complement the largest selection of frequent flyer and loyalty programmes offered by any independent hotel group.
Officials in the Latvian government have agreed to a capital increase for airBaltic to enable the future development of the Latvian national carrier and fleet modernisation. The cabinet of ministers approved a capital increase by LVL57.6 million (US$107 million).
The Latvian national airline airBaltic is the first airline in the world to sell cars on board. Starting December 16, 2011 passengers onboard airBaltic flights will have the opportunity to purchase custom designed Mini Coopers.
airBaltic President & CEO releases statement.
Today the shareholders of Latvian national airline AirBaltic agreed in their meeting to finalise technical details until October 4 for the injection of EUR 153 million in new capital financed by its two main shareholders, the Latvian government and Baltic Aviation Systems (BAS).
Latvian national airline airBaltic is today filing for legal protection to continue operations in its network of airports served in Europe, Middle East, and Russia/CIS.
Latvian national airline airBaltic carried 365,839 passengers in June 2011 (from Riga, Vilnius and Tallinn), representing 7% increase comparing with the same month in 2010, when airBaltic transported 340,586 passengers. In June this year, the number of passengers at the base of airBaltic in Riga has increased by 13% compared to the same period last year.