Dear Customer,

The Baltic Sea region is in our focus. Not only is airBaltic the official carrier of the Latvian Presidency of the Council of the European Union, flying thousands of people to Riga, Latvia; it has also substantially reinforced connections between airports in the Baltic Sea region and the rest of the world.

airBaltic already connects Riga with various European and Eastern capitals. Recently we began offering new direct links from neighbouring Vilnius, Lithuania, and Tallinn, Estonia, with such major hubs as Amsterdam, Paris, Berlin and Vienna. These are home airports for our code-share partners KLM, Air France, airberlin and Austrian Airlines, respectively, opening up hundreds of new flight connections to the Asia- Pacific region, Africa, the Americas and more.

The new connectivity of Estonia and Lithuania, in combination with the same cities served from Riga, generates business and leisure opportunities that did not exist before, facilitating travel between the Baltic and other regions, attracting additional travellers and creating new jobs. We have further improved our service and schedules from airports around the Baltic Sea – including Stockholm, Gothenburg, Copenhagen, Aalborg and Heringsdorf – for the benefit of both business people and holiday-makers.

As the travel markets in the region of the CIS countries weaken and aircraft capacity frees up, we have opened new excellent routes to Pisa, Rhodes, Thessaloniki and Dubrovnik for summer escapes in the Mediterranean, while a number of popular destinations return to our schedules: Malta, Palma de Mallorca, Athens, Chisinau, Nice, Olbia, Bari, Venice, Rijeka and Burgas.

Did you know that airBaltic was the world’s first airline to accept Bitcoin as payment for flight tickets? We recently added PayPal to the list of payment options on our website.

Thank you for flying airBaltic and have a great trip!

Martin Alexander Gauss