Dear Customer,

Spring is arriving with warmer weather and the awakening of nature. This season of growth is also heralding the blossoming of airBaltic’s future fleet and network. Bombardier has already started to manufacture our all-new jet aircraft, which will gradually enter service starting from the second half of 2016 and replace our current planes until the entire fleet is modernised in 2018. 

Our CS300 jets will offer unmatched traveller comfort, and their operational efficiency will lead to more affordable tickets along with new destinations, as the aircraft can reach such distant locations as western China, the Canary Islands and the United Arab Emirates.

Naturally, these state-of-the-art jets will initially service our main routes to Paris, London, Amsterdam and Brussels. Then, with additional aircraft joining the fleet, they will increasingly be used for our direct flights out of Tallinn and Vilnius.

As the days are getting longer, so is our list of available routes. For the new travel season, we are launching flights between Riga and Reykjavik in Iceland, and we are linking Tallinn directly with Vilnius and Amsterdam. A number of warm-weather and beach destinations will return to our schedule for your spring and summer escapes, such as Rhodes and Thessaloniki in Greece, Dubrovnik in Croatia, Burgas in Bulgaria, Nice in France and Olbia in Italy. We are confident that our upgraded network will create new business and leisure opportunities, generate additional jobs and, above all, make your travel more convenient.

Did you know that this spring, we are celebrating the 20th anniversary of airBaltic flights from Riga to Copenhagen, Kiev, Minsk, Warsaw, Tallinn and Vilnius? Today, the number of travellers on some of these routes is more than 20 times higher than it was during airBaltic’s first year of operations.

Thank you for flying airBaltic and have a great trip!

Martin Alexander Gauss