New flights to skiing destinations

Best connections between the Baltics and Scandinavia

New partnership with Air Serbia

New airBaltic blog

Fly between Russia and Ukraine via Riga

Your ticket to affordable air travel is just a click away!

Improved airBaltic website

airBaltic’s new calendar is out!

New flights to skiing destinations

Those who long for a nice winter holiday in the Alps will be delighted to hear that starting on December 26, airBaltic will launch new direct flights from Riga to Salzburg and Verona.
The flights will operate once per week on Saturdays in cooperation with the leading Latvian tour operator Tez Tour
Another skiing destination returning to the winter schedule is Poprad, a city in northern Slovakia at the foot of the High Tatra Mountains. Flights to Poprad begin on December 15 and will operate three times per week from Riga (on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays) and twice a week from Warsaw (on Tuesdays and Thursdays).


One-way tickets from Riga to Poprad start at EUR 59, while flights to Salzburg start at EUR 89 and Verona at EUR 99.


Best connections between the Baltics and Scandinavia

airBaltic is proud to be the leading airline in connecting the Baltic States with Scandinavia and Finland.
There are up to five daily flights between Riga and the other two Baltic capitals (Tallinn and Vilnius) as well as Stockholm.
Up to four flights per day link Riga with Helsinki and Copenhagen. Oslo is connected with Riga up to two times per day.
There are also up to five direct flights per week between Vilnius and Stockholm as well as between Palanga and Riga. Riga is connected with Billund and Turku four times per week.


One-way ticket prices between the Baltics and Scandinavia start at EUR 29.


New partnership with Air Serbia 

In order to provide even better travel opportunities to our passengers, airBaltic has begun a new partnership with Air Serbia
As a result, we are now able to offer more convenient and affordable flights from Riga and Tallinn to Belgrade and vice versa via such transit hubs as Vienna, Copenhagen, Amsterdam, Warsaw, Berlin, Stockholm and Brussels.  


Check out the deals and book your flight at airbaltic.com.


New airBaltic blog

We are proud to introduce our newest addition to the airBaltic family, the airBaltic blog. 
Visit airbalticblog.com whenever you’re seeking inspiration for your next trip. There will be plenty of information about the places that we fly to. The blog will give you tips about what to do, where to eat, where to stay and where to shop.
We will also give you lots of insight into the mysteries of flying and what happens behind the scenes at the airline.


Fly between Russia and Ukraine via Riga

airBaltic offers convenient flight connections between Moscow or St. Petersburg in Russia and Kiev, the Ukrainian capital, via Riga every day.
The total transit flight time is only four hours, and passengers do not need a Schengen visa, only a valid international passport. 


One-way ticket prices between Moscow or St. Petersburg and Kiev start at EUR 99.


Your ticket to affordable air travel is just a click away!

Subscribe to the airBaltic newsletter and you will be the first to hear about upcoming sales via the early-bird alerts. That way you can check out the deal, come up with a plan and grab a flight at the lowest price once the sale begins.
And only subscribers have access to our exclusive offers that are not available to the general public, so it’s almost like being part of a secret club. Who wouldn’t want to fly cheaper?


Sign up at www.airbaltic.com/sign-up


Improved airBaltic website

We are proud to present a new and improved version of airBaltic’s website, which has become even more enjoyable to use on the device of your preference. Just visit airbaltic.com through your tablet or smartphone, and feel the difference!


airBaltic’s new calendar is out!

airBaltic’s gorgeous team members are on hand to welcome you with a warm smile each month of 2016. Yes, our new calendar has just come out! It has become a tradition for airBaltic to make an annual calendar, and who could present the company better than its own employees?
The photo shoot was a great experience for all of the participants and something different from their daily work. The 12 calendar girls got to be pampered by style expert Anita Altmane, professional hair stylists and make-up artists. They were photographed by a professional photographer and made to feel like real supermodels.
“It was a wonderful experience to be a part of the creative process and to work with the amazing crew that made it happen. It was quite scary to climb onto the wing and engine of one of our aircraft, but it was also a thrilling and unique experience,” said our August model Kristīne, a senior cabin crew member at airBaltic.
This year’s pictures were all taken at the Riga airport, airBaltic’s home base, and the creator of the images is talented Latvian photographer Aiga Rēdmane. Don’t miss your chance to purchase the new airBaltic calendar at airbalticshop.com in either wall or desk format.


Don’t miss your chance to purchase the new airBaltic calendar at airbalticshop.com in either wall or desk format, as of the middle of December.