airBaltic Launches Flights Between Riga and Gothenburg
Riga. The Latvian airline airBaltic today, on June 1, 2017, relaunched a direct route linking Riga with the second largest city in Sweden – Gothenburg. The route offers convenient travel options for travellers from Sweden and Baltic States, as well as complements already exiting route from Riga to Stockholm, Arlanda airport.
Wolfgang Reuss, SVP of Network Management of airBaltic: “We are delighted to launch another beautiful destination from our impressive summer route map between Riga and Gothenburg.”
Today by launching Riga – Gothenburg route airBaltic has fully entered the summer season. As informed previously, airBaltic has added 12 new destinations – Geneva (Switzerland), Aberdeen (United Kingdom), Stavanger (Norway), Gothenburg (Sweden), Tampere (Finland), Catania (Italy), Madrid (Spain), Odessa (Ukraine), Kazan (Russia) and Liepaja (Latvia) to the network of cities served from Riga, and introduced two new routes from Vilnius to Paris (France) and Munich (Germany). Complete schedule of airBaltic flights can be found on the company's homepage at https://www.airbaltic.com/en/summer-destinations.
|Flight frequency||Start date||Price*, Basic||Price*, Premium||
|Riga – Gothenburg||6 flights weekly||June 1, 2017||39 EUR||135 EUR||489 EUR|
*Lowest fare (one way), including taxes, fees and service charges, on www.airBaltic.com, subject to availability
airBaltic flies from Riga to Gothenburg six times a week. Passengers will board a Bombardier Q400 NextGen aircraft for a flight that lasts 1 hour and 40 minutes. One-way ticket prices start at 39 EUR including airport fees and transaction costs. A full schedule of airBaltic flights can be found on the company's homepage at www.airbaltic.com.
airBaltic serves over 60 destinations from its home base in Riga, Latvia. From every one of these locations, airBaltic offers convenient connections via Riga to its network spanning Europe, Scandinavia, the CIS and the Middle East. In addition, airBaltic also offers direct flights from Tallinn and Vilnius.