News in Brief
- New holiday destinations to open soon
- Get more with Group Tickets
- New flights between Tallinn and London
- Sochi and Kaliningrad to join airBaltic flight network
- It’s skiing time
New holiday destinations to open soon
This spring airBaltic will open some very exciting new direct flight routes from Riga. Flights to the picturesque Polish port city Gdansk will start on March 27 and run three times a week. The Portuguese capital Lisbon will be reachable twice a week starting March 27. Malaga, the famous Andalusian vacation spot, will be flown to twice a week beginning March 28. Split, the popular holiday resort on the Adriatic Sea, will operate twice a week from May 21. And Bordeaux, the ultimate destination for wine lovers, will see the first flights from Riga on June 3, operating twice a week.
Book your tickets in advance at airbaltic.com to get the best price: Gdansk from EUR 29 , Bordeaux from EUR 79 , Split from EUR 89 , and Malaga and Lisbon from EUR 99 one way.
Get more with Group Tickets
If you are planning to travel with your family or a group of friends, consider buying a group ticket. This offer applies to groups of eight people or more and affords many privileges.
You can book your group ticket ahead of time, but only need to provide the passenger list seven days before departure. Changes can still be made up to two days before departure without any extra charge. What’s more, you can split the payment into parts as long as it is paid in full one month before departure.
Another advantage is flexibility. If your travel plans change, you can adjust the date and time of your flight. Each member of the group can check-in one piece of baggage. Groups of 20 passengers or more can request a free flight ticket for the group leader (only airport taxes must be paid).
Book your group tickets at airbaltic.com or contact the dedicated group team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
New flights between Tallinn and London
As of March 27, airBaltic will start new direct flights between Tallinn and London Gatwick Airport. This will be airBaltic’s seventh direct flight connection from the Estonian capital besides the already existing routes to Vienna, Berlin, Paris, Amsterdam, Riga, and Vilnius.
Flights between Tallinn and London will operate twice per week with one-way tickets starting from EUR 29 . Book your flight now on airbaltic.com.
Sochi and Kaliningrad to join airBaltic flight network
In spring airBaltic will widen its flight network by adding two more routes to the Russian Federation.
Flights to Kaliningrad in the Russian exclave on the Baltic Sea will start on April 16 and operate six times per week. The Black Sea resort town of Sochi will be flown to twice a week as of May 14.
Next summer both cities will be among the host cities for the 2018 FIFA World Cup, and the new connection via Riga will offer convenient flight options for those who are planning to attend the championship.
airBaltic also flies to Moscow, St. Petersburg, and Kazan, thus in total connecting five Russian cities with Riga and via Riga further to all the major destinations in western Europe.
One-way ticket prices to Kaliningrad start from EUR 29 and to Sochi from EUR 99.
It’s skiing time
We know you’ve been waiting for months to get back on the slopes and shred that powder! The skiing season is now in full swing, but you can still catch flights at very good prices to Europe’s most popular skiing destinations. airBaltic flies from Riga to Munich, Vienna, Milan, Verona, Geneva, Zurich, and Salzburg, from where you can easily reach the classic skiing resorts in the Alps. One-way tickets start from EUR 59.
Those looking for something more unconventional should visit the Gudauri skiing resort in the Caucasus Mountains in Georgia, with direct flights from Riga to Tbilisi starting at EUR 99 one way. A great value for money option is the High Tatra Mountains, with flights to Poprad in Slovakia available from as low as EUR 35 one way.
Book your tickets now at www.airbaltic.com and don’t forget to add skis to your booking for EUR 34.99. That way you’ll save on the high cost of equipment rentals on site.