New flights to Croatia, Italy and GreeceAalborg

Gothenburg and Aalborg enhance the summer schedule

Improved service to Stockholm

Freeze the price on summer flights

New payment options at


New flights to Croatia, Italy and Greece

This summer, airBaltic is launching new flights to four exciting summer destinations in the Mediterranean.

Weekly flights to the Croatian resort town of Dubrovnik will start on May 26, increasing in June to two flights per week until the end of September. With its breath-taking Old Town and imposing city walls along the shores of the Adriatic Sea, Dubrovnik is one of Europe’s top summer destinations.

Flights to Thessaloniki, Greece’s second largest city, will be launched on June 5 and operate twice a week until the end of September. The city boasts a glorious Byzantine history, fine restaurants with excellent Greek cuisine, a hip nightlife scene and many beautiful beaches in the vicinity.

Flights to the Greek island of Rhodes will operate once per week from June 12 until September 11, in cooperation with tour operator Tez Tour. With eight months of sunshine, stunning beaches and green hills, Rhodes is an ideal place for a summer seaside vacation.

The world-famous Italian city of Pisa will become a new airBaltic destination on June 13, and flights from Riga will operate once per week until mid-September. These flights will offer Baltic travellers the chance to spend their summer holidays in the heart of Tuscany and enjoy high culture, visit historical cities such as Florence and Siena, and, of course, indulge in renowned Tuscan wines and food.

One-way ticket prices to these great holiday spots start from EUR 75.


Gothenburg and Aalborg enhance the summer schedule

From April 18, airBaltic is opening a new route between Riga and the Danish city of Aalborg. This is our third destination in Denmark besides Copenhagen and Billund and will operate once a week.

Aalborg is a lively university city situated in the north of Denmark. The Aalborg Carnival at the end of May is one of the largest festivals in Scandinavia. Another Nordic gem reopened for the summer is Gothenburg. Flights to Sweden’s second largest city will start on May 3 and continue until the end of September, three times per week.

Gourmet travellers will be especially delighted, as Gothenburg is home to Sweden’s largest port and has many fine restaurants that serve freshly caught seafood from the North Sea. The city is also known for its exciting cultural scene, large number of museums and vibrant nightlife.

Travellers from Sweden who would like to visit Riga for a weekend will appreciate the perfect schedule, with flights departing from Gothenburg on Friday morning and returning from Riga on Sunday evening, giving visitors the opportunity to make the most of the weekend in the beautiful Baltic capital.

One-way ticket prices from Riga to Aalborg start from EUR 69, and to Gothenburg from EUR 59.


Improved service to Stockholm

airBaltic is proud to be the airline with the most flight frequencies and the best product on the Riga-Stockholm route.

There are four daily flights in each direction, with improved timing for business travellers from both ends. A morning flight arrives in Stockholm at 8:05 and two flights arrive in Riga at 08:35 and 10:55. Evening flights leave Riga at 19:00 and 23:35 and depart from Stockholm at 19:50, making one-day travel smooth and convenient.

airBaltic’s morning and evening flights on the route are operated with jet aircraft, while midday and late evening/early morning flights are flown with our new Dash Q400 turboprops.

One-way ticket prices from Riga to Stockholm start from EUR 35.


Freeze the price on summer flights

You have found the perfect offer at but are not yet sure of your friends’ plans for that weekend?

No worries, we have just the right proposition for you. Freeze my price lets you book your flight and postpone payment for up to 48 hours. A handy option for those who want a little more time to find a matching hotel deal, learn a bit more about their destinations or simply finalise their travel plans with friends and family.

To secure your price, pay only EUR 8.99 if using an airBaltic Payment Card or EUR 14.98 if using other means of payment.


New payment options at

When booking flights on airBaltic’s website now you can use PayPal, which is the most popular digital payment method worldwide.

Thousands of stores in 203 markets accept PayPal, processing almost 11.5 million payments per day. The main benefits of PayPal are that the customer needs only one e-mail address and one password, and there is no need to take the credit card out of the wallet.

PayPal ensures safety and never shares the customer’s payment details with the seller. PayPal also gives the opportunity for an easy refund if an item does not arrive, is damaged or differs from the description. Join PayPal now at

Customers from Germany, the Netherlands and Finland can also use other new payment options at the airBaltic website, including SofortBanking, iDeal and the Nordea bank link.