1/ Flights to Mediterranean holiday destinations are back

2/ Tallinn to Amsterdam non-stop

3/ Direct links between Tallinn and Vilnius

4/ New flights to Reykjavik

5/ Visit Berlin for your spring city break

6/ London is calling

Flights to Mediterranean holiday destinations are back

Many seasonal holiday destinations are being served again as airBaltic switches to its summer flight schedule. Flights from Riga to Nice in the French Riviera already resumed at the end of March and operate three times per week. For those who wish to discover Ancient Greece, flights to Athens will take place twice a week from the beginning of May. Later in June, we will operate two flights per week to Thessaloniki and one flight per week to Rhodes. Starting from the end of May, airBaltic will fly twice a week to Dubrovnik and Rijeka in Croatia, to Burgas in Bulgaria and Venice in Italy. We will also operate one weekly flight to Palma de Mallorca and Olbia (Sardinia).


Plan your summer holidays now, book early at airbaltic.com and benefit from low prices that start at EUR 49 for a one-way ticket.


Tallinn to Amsterdam non-stop

At the end of March, new direct flights began between Tallinn and Amsterdam, which is now the fifth direct flight connection that airBaltic operates out of the Estonian capital. Flights between Tallinn and Amsterdam Schiphol airport operate daily in the mornings. The flight time with a Boeing 737-300 aircraft is around two hours and 30 minutes. KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, our partner in Amsterdam, can provide connecting flights to many more destinations worldwide. 


One-way tickets from Tallinn to Amsterdam start at EUR 75. Book your flights at airbaltic.com and transit through Amsterdam to your favourite travel spots in North America, Asia and elsewhere. 


 Direct links between Tallinn and Vilnius

The Baltic States will soon be fully interconnected by air with the launching of a new direct flight between the Lithuanian and Estonian capitals on April 18. This airBaltic route is perfect for same-day business travellers or tourists who merely wish to see the beauty of another Baltic capital. Ten flights per week (or two per work day) will operate between Tallinn and Vilnius.


One-way ticket prices at airbaltic.com start at EUR 29.


New flights to Reykjavik

airBaltic is set to open a direct air route between Riga and Reykjavik on May 28, with flights to the capital of Iceland operating twice a week. Iceland is the second biggest island in Europe after Great Britain and an absolute must for nature-lovers and adventure-seekers. 


One-way ticket prices from Riga to Reykjavik start at EUR 139.


Visit Berlin for your spring city break

Berlin is one of the most popular destinations in the airBaltic network and can be reached from all three Baltic capitals. Our airline flies to Berlin-Tegel Airport, which is just a short 20-minute bus ride from the city centre. Flights between Riga and Berlin operate twice a day in the mornings and evenings, making them expedient for same-day business or shopping trips. The route is serviced with comfortable Boeing 737 aircraft, which bring you to the German capital in one hour and 55 minutes. Flights from Vilnius to Berlin operate four times per week, while flights from Tallinn take place three times per week. 


One-way ticket prices to Berlin start at EUR 29.


London is calling

For those who wish to discover one of the most cosmopolitan cities in Europe, we offer flights from Riga to London up to two times per day. Our convenient schedule incorporates both morning and evening flights that last a bit less than three hours. airBaltic flights land at London Gatwick airport, from which Gatwick Express trains and buses can whisk you to the city centre in less than 45 minutes. Imagine the spring sunshine on the rooftop of a typical British red bus, or watching the sun set behind Big Ben. Shopping trips for the ladies and live football matches for the gents – what an incredible start to the spring this could be! 


Benefit from our low ticket prices to London, which start at EUR 29 for a oneway fare if booked through airbaltic.com.