Dear Guests,  

This year will take us on an amazing journey, and we are off to a very good start, with additional attractive destinations in store, the introduction of the world’s most modern aircraft, and a growing family of customers. 


For the upcoming season, you will have a greater choice of travel opportunities on 10 additional airBaltic routes to such cities as Madrid, Geneva, Aberdeen, Tampere, Stavanger, Gothenburg and Catania – and we are expecting more destinations to join this list. 

All of this is possible because we have introduced the brand-new Bombardier CS300 to our growing fleet. We are proud to be the first airline in the world to operate this stateof-the-art aircraft. The first month of commercial flights with the CS300 is behind us, and our customers are saying that they feel really privileged to have flown on the most modern narrow-body jet on the planet. 

Passengers have been genuinely interested to learn how this plane achieves its unparalleled degree of environmental efficiency and lower noise levels, why it flies faster and farther than similar aircraft, why the seating feels so comfortable and why the large luggage bins are easier to reach, why the lighting in the cabin is different from that in other aircraft, why the windows are so big, why the aisle is so wide, why the lavatories are so unexpectedly spacious and so on. We will be bringing more CS300 aircraft to our fleet in the upcoming months, and our staff will be very happy to show you around and answer your questions about this brand-new jet airliner.

The addition of new and larger planes also means that we can offer 16% more tickets this year, as the number of available seats increases, additional flights to European airports are introduced, and high-demand cities like Copenhagen get an upgrade from turboprop to jet aircraft. Thus, we expect our family of customers to continue growing, thanks to the fact that they can now enjoy better service than ever from airBaltic

Thank you for flying airBaltic and have an amazing journey!

Martin Alexander Gauss