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airBaltic shareholders agree to inject over EUR 150 million

airBaltic shareholders agree to inject over EUR 150 million

3 October 2011 Press Release Airline News

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).

airBaltic files for legal protection

airBaltic files for legal protection

22 September 2011 Press Release Airline News

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.

Number of airBaltic passengers in June +13% in Riga base

Number of airBaltic passengers in June +13% in Riga base

15 July 2011 Press Release Airline News

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.

airBaltic makes business class cheaper for early bookers

airBaltic makes business class cheaper for early bookers

30 June 2011 Press Release Airline News

Latvian national airline airBaltic is the world’s first hybrid carrier to introduce progressive pricing structure for Business class by lowering fares for passengers who book their flights early. This makes travel with a Business class ticket more affordable for passengers who value extra comfort and service.

airBaltic to link Riga and Bari

airBaltic to link Riga and Bari

8 April 2011 Press Release Airline News

On June 4, the Latvian national airline airBaltic will start operating flights on Riga- Bari route, linking this Southern Italian city via North Hub Riga with airports in the Baltics, Northern Europe, Russia and CIS.