1/ New flights to Reykjavik

2/ New flights from Tallinn and Vilnius

3/ airBaltic ranked the world’s most punctual airline – again!

4/ Charters to holiday resorts with Tez Tour

5/ Fly to the Ice Hockey World Championship in Russia

New flights to Reykjavik 

airBaltic will launch a new route between Riga and Reykjavik on May 28, with direct flights to the capital of Iceland operating twice a week.
Iceland is the second largest island in Europe after Great Britain and an absolute must for nature-lovers and adventure-seekers. Being one of Europe’s most exotic destinations, Iceland is famous for its dramatic landscapes with multicoloured mountains, extensive lava flows, thermal springs, glaciers, waterfalls and clear blue lakes.
Take a swim in natural lagoons under the open skies, where the water temperature is 39o C. Explore the mind-blowing natural scenery during a hiking or horseback-riding trip or go whale-watching.

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


New flights from Tallinn and Vilnius 

airBaltic is a truly Baltic airline that operates direct flights not only out of Riga, but also from Vilnius and Tallinn.
On March 27 new flights will be launched between Tallinn and Amsterdam, which will operate daily in cooperation with KLM Royal Dutch Airlines. Starting from April 18 new direct flights will link the Baltic capitals Tallinn and Vilnius 10 times per week.
Currently from Tallinn there are direct flights to Paris, Berlin and Vienna, while passengers from Vilnius can fly non-stop to Berlin, Paris, Brussels, Amsterdam and Stockholm.
Both Vilnius and Tallinn are connected to Riga by up to five daily flights, so passengers can also conveniently reach over 50 airBaltic destinations via the Latvian capital.


airBaltic ranked the world’s most punctual airline – again! 

For the second year in a row, airBaltic has been ranked number one in terms of punctuality among the world’s airlines. Analysts at OAG tracked more 50 million flight records across the globe, and once again, airBaltic came out on top with a punctuality rating of 94.4%. This means that more than nine out of ten airBaltic aircraft arrive on time. 
airBaltic was also the first airline in Europe to introduce on-time arrival guarantees in early 2009. This insurance allows airBaltic passengers to make the airline’s rare delays even less inconvenient.


Charters to holiday resorts with Tez Tour

airBaltic is continuing its longstanding cooperation with leading tour operator Tez Tour and is offering summer charter flights to a number of sunny holiday destinations.
This summer, new flights from Riga to Rimini in Italy will operate on Sundays from June until mid-September. Charters will also continue to the popular Turkish Mediterranean resort of Antalya (up to five times per week) and to Heraklion in Crete (twice a week).
Passengers on these charter flights will be offered full onboard catering in Economy Class as well as the possibility to experience the luxuries of Business Class, which include additional privileges like the use of airport business lounges; extra privacy and comfort on board; a full range of meals, snacks and drinks; and many others. 

To find out more and book a charter holiday, visit teztour.lv.


Fly to the Ice Hockey World Championship in Russia

airBaltic offers very convenient flight connections and competitive prices to those who would like to attend this year’s Ice Hockey World Championships in Moscow and St. Petersburg from May 6 to 22.
airBaltic flies from Riga to both St. Petersburg and Moscow up to four times per day. Passengers from Scandinavia, Finland and Western Europe can also fly to these Russian cities with convenient connections via Riga.

One-way ticket prices to St. Petersburg and Moscow start at EUR 79. Book early before the flights get sold out!