Dear Customer, 

Winter arrives with increased economic activity in northern Europe and the Baltic Sea region, as vacation-goers return to their regular work and studies. We at airBaltic are supporting this seasonal trend by offering even better services to our business travellers.

We have made more seats available at lower prices for flights within the Baltics and Scandinavia. Most notably, we have improved our links between Stockholm and the Baltic capitals by offering up to five daily flights. We have also upgraded our Riga-Berlin route, which is being serviced by larger jet aircraft in the winter season. 

Furthermore, we are considering additional improvements to our Baltic connections with Western and Eastern capitals where the demand is strong. This is part of our Horizon 2021 business plan of strengthening airBaltic’s presence in the Baltic Sea region. By combining the potential of the three markets of Latvia, Estonia and Lithuania, we hope to foster further economic growth and create new jobs. This, however, will require the continued modernisation of our fleet, and our existing agreements with Bombardier for the purchase of state-of-theart C-Series jets are an excellent starting point. 

For those with winter escapes in mind, we have opened new routes to Salzburg and Verona. These complement our existing destinations in the Alps, the High Tatras and Caucasus Mountains. For the sunseekers, we offer flights to Larnaca, Cyprus, and Sharm-el-Sheikh, Egypt, in cooperation with Tez Tour.

Did you know that our family of code-share partners has reached 20 members, with LOT Polish Airlines recently joining? This is an excellent and symbolic number for airBaltic, as it coincides with our 20th anniversary. 

Thank you for flying airBaltic and have a great trip!

Yours,
Martin Alexander Gauss