New flights to Reykjavik
Summer is closer than you think
Best service for business trips to Stockholm
Visit Berlin for a perfect city break
New flights from Tallinn and Vilnius
Fly between Russia and Ukraine through Riga
Contact us, we speak your language!

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 39*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.


Summer is closer than you think

airBaltic will switch to its summer season flight program at the end of March, which means that many popular holiday destinations will return to the schedule following a lengthy winter pause.
As of March 29, flights will resume to Nice on the French Riviera and will operate three times per week.
In May, the popular cities of Athens, Venice, Burgas, Baku and Dubrovnik return to the schedule with two flights per week, while Malta and Olbia will be served with one connection per week.
Then in June, Rijeka and Thessaloniki will be back on airBaltic’s flight plan with two flights per week.
Palma de Mallorca and Rhodes, for their part, will be linked to Riga by one weekly flight. 


Check out the schedule and book early to get the lowest price for your tickets at airbaltic.com


Best service for business trips to Stockholm

airBaltic offers the best schedule for travel between Stockholm and the Baltic capitals of Riga and Vilnius.
Up to five daily flights between Riga and Stockholm’s Arlanda airport make travel very convenient for sameday business fliers from both ends.
There are also direct flights between Vilnius and Stockholm on weekdays, which in combination with up to five daily connections through Riga provide an excellent schedule for business travellers between the Swedish and Lithuanian capitals.


One-way ticket prices to Stockholm start at EUR 35.


Visit Berlin for a perfect city break 

With direct flights from Riga, Vilnius and Tallinn, Berlin is one of the most popular destinations in the airBaltic network. The airline flies to Berlin’s Tegel Airport, which is located just a short 20-minute bus ride from the city centre.
This winter, flight connections between Riga and Berlin have become even more convenient. The route is operated twice a day on mornings and evenings, making it expedient for same-day business or shopping trips. It is also serviced with comfortable Boeing 737 aircraft, which bring you to the German capital in one hour and 55 minutes.


One-way ticket prices to Berlin start at EUR 39 on the airbaltic.com website


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.


Fly between Russia and Ukraine through 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.


Contact us, we speak your language!

Should you need assistance with your travel plans and flight booking, you are welcome to contact our Call centre, through which you can also order a meal for your flight and learn about additional services. We will also help you in the rare cases of lost luggage, flight delays or cancellations. If you have any suggestions on how we can make our service even better, then don’t hesitate to give us your feedback.
Our staff speaks Latvian, English, Russian, Estonian, Lithuanian, Finnish and German. 


Write to reservations@airbaltic.lv or call us at +371 67006006 (international calling rates apply; Mon-Fri: 7:00-22:00, Sat-Sun: 8:00-20:00).