1/ Start planning your skiing holidays

2/ Escape the winter to the beaches of Cyprus and Israel

3/ Sign up and enjoy our Business Class

4/ More flights from Tallinn and Vilnius

5/ Pay for your airBaltic flight with PayPal

1/ Start planning your skiing holidays

This winter, airBaltic is offering flights to lots of popular skiing destinations. If you prefer the classic skiing resorts of the Alps, then there are up to two flights per day from Riga to Munich and Vienna, six flights per week to Zurich and five flights per week to Milan. As of December 24, flights will also begin to Verona and Salzburg. One-way ticket prices to these destinations start at EUR 35. Those looking for something more unconventional might want to visit the Gudauri ski resort in the Caucasus Mountains of Georgia. Flights from Riga to Tbilisi operate twice per week, and ticket prices start at EUR 99 one way. The High Tatra Mountains are a great value-for-money option, with Saturday flights to Poprad in Slovakia resuming on December 17 from as low as EUR 39 one way.

Take along your own ski equipment. Add it to your luggage while booking at airbaltic.com for EUR 34.99 and avoid the higher costs of onsite equipment rentals.

2/ Escape the winter to the beaches of Cyprus and Israel

There are places in and near Europe where you can still swim in the Mediterranean and Red Sea when it’s already winter up north. airBaltic offers direct flights all year round to Tel Aviv in Israel (three times per week) and to Larnaca on the island of Cyprus (once per week).

Book your ticket through airbaltic.com. One-way ticket prices to Tel Aviv start at EUR 75 and to Larnaca at EUR 125.

3/ Sign up and enjoy our Business Class

Ever wonder what it’s like to fly in Business Class? It’s high time you tried it out! Every month, 20 airBaltic newsletter subscribers get a free upgrade to Business Class.

You could be one of them – just sign up for the airBaltic newsletter on www.airbaltic.com/en/newsletter.

4/ More flights from Tallinn and Vilnius

On October 30, airBaltic is switching to its winter flight schedule. Compared with the previous winter, there will be more flights and seats available on the most popular routes from Tallinn and Vilnius. Flights between Vilnius and Amsterdam will now operate daily, and flights between Vilnius and Stockholm will increase to six flights per week. Three flights per week will now operate from Tallinn to Berlin, with bigger Boeing 737 aircraft instead of last year’s smaller DashQ400. Flights to Vienna will also be operated with bigger jet aircraft. The recently launched Tallinn-Vilnius and Tallinn-Amsterdam routes will continue into the winter.

In total, airBaltic now offers six direct routes from Tallinn and four from Vilnius.

5/ Pay for your airBaltic flight with PayPal

Do you know what airBaltic and PayPal have in common? Both try to make your life more pleasant and comfortable! The main benefit of paying with PayPal is the convenience. Signing up to PayPal requires only your personal email address and a password from your PayPal account, and there is no need to take the credit card out of the wallet while making a payment. Apart from convenience, PayPal provides every user – travelling or not – with safety, as payments are covered by PayPal Buyer Protection.

You can choose PayPal as a payment method when buying tickets at airBaltic.com.