1/  Fly for EUR 69 round-trip this autumn

2/ Get inspired at airbalticblog.com

3/ airBaltic is now the No. 1 airline in Estonia

4/ New flights to Reykjavik

5/ Fly airBaltic to Europe’s best beaches until late autumn

1/  Fly for EUR 69 round-trip this autumn

Even if most of us don’t look forward to autumn, it will arrive anyway, so why not make the most of it and brighten up the cooler months with a nice city break or shopping trip?

airBaltic is offering specially low-priced tickets for travel during the autumn and winter to the biggest European metropolises like London, Berlin, Milan, Copenhagen and many more.

Look for flights at airbaltic.com with the double cherry symbol now and fly to Europe’s greatest cities starting from October for as little as EUR 69 round-trip.

2/ Get inspired at airbalticblog.com

The best ice cream spots in Rome, family-friendly holidays in Berlin or tips for Game of Thrones fans in Croatia – all of these and more can be found at airbalticblog.com whenever you wish to find inspiration for your next trip. Be it information on airBaltic’s travel destinations, tips for trip-planning and packing, interesting facts related to shops, music, accommodation or food for all tastes, it’s all in airbalticblog.com.

3/ airBaltic is now the No. 1 airline in Estonia

This spring for the first time, airBaltic became the No. 1 airline in Estonia, servicing more passengers than any other airline out of Tallinn Airport.

ervicing more passengers than any other airline out of Tallinn Airport. In April, airBaltic carried more than 28,000 passengers travelling to and from Tallinn, or 64% more than during the same month last year. In May, the number of passengers exceeded 32,000, making airBaltic the leader at Tallinn Airport for the second month in a row.

airBaltic offers six direct routes from Tallinn to Berlin, Paris, Amsterdam, Vienna, Vilnius and Riga, with one-way ticket prices starting at EUR 19.

4/ New flights to Reykjavik

This summer, airBaltic launched a new and direct route between Riga and Reykjavik. Flights to the Icelandic capital operate twice a week and have already proven to be extremely popular among Baltic travellers.

Iceland is second largest island in Europe after Great Britain and an absolute must for nature-lovers and adventure-seekers. Famous for its dramatic landscapes with multi-coloured mountains, lava flows, thermal springs, glaciers, waterfalls and clear blue lakes, the island is a truly fascinating travel destination.

Flights will operate until September 25, with one-way ticket prices starting at EUR 139.

5/ Fly airBaltic to Europe’s best beaches until late autumn

During the summer season until the end of October, airBaltic is offering direct flights from Riga to many attractive holiday destinations on the Mediterranean and Black seas. Check out the deals and prolong your summer at airbaltic.com.


The French Riviera is known for its picturesque scenery with snow-capped mountaintops, a turquoise sea, sheltered bays, sunny beaches and legendary parties. No wonder that famous artists such as Henri Matisse and Pablo Picasso made the region their home and drew inspiration there.

Venice and Olbia

While ordinary pasta and pizza can be eaten throughout Italy, Sardinia stands out with particularly good seafood. Visit the turquoise beaches on the north coast, which are especially popular among jetsetters. If you prefer the Italian classics, then Lido Beach in Venice is always a good choice.

Palma de Mallorca

Great restaurants, regal buildings, wild parties and a beautiful seacoast are typical features of this Spanish Balearic city. A wide range of relaxation options will suit all tastes, from more active sports like kitesurfing and yachting to just sitting in cosy beach restaurants with a glass of sangria.


Bulgaria has its own Riviera, which encompasses the Sunny Beach Resort on the Black Sea and is comparable to the famous party heaven of Ibiza with lots of nightlife possibilities and value-for-money hotels. Get ready for fine golden sand, natural dunes and a clean and gently deepening sea. A large variety of restaurants right on the Black Sea coast offer fantastic sunset views.


Plenty of wellness and spa facilities provide a whole array of affordable beauty and body treatments, while Valletta’s impressive Rococo architecture reflects just a small part of the island nation’s intriguing 7,000-year human history. 

Dubrovnik and Rijeka

Game of Thrones’ fans will enjoy seeing actual filming locations in the historic city of Dubrovnik, which is known for its marble streets, shimmering waters and entertaining street performers. The port city of Rijeka further north is a great place for starting an exploratory road trip.

Athens, Thessaloniki and Rhodes

Yes, places like those seen in Mamma Mia really do exist in Greece! The country is full of romantic and quiet beaches, some of them surrounded by steep cliffs and wild scenery, both on the islands and the mainland. Relax while snorkelling in crystalclear blue waters or exploring some of Greece’s many ancient sites.