Dear Customer,

In September the business season is in full swing. You will most likely see your fellow travellers in business dress and only their suntans reveal their recent holiday experiences.

Our flying is also geared towards the corporate world in autumn. We have launched two direct services out of Stockholm Bromma airport, linking it to Riga and Vilnius, with Tallinn coming up next spring. This is an excellent addition to our prominent list of business destinations, and it also complements our four daily Stockholm Arlanda services. Furthermore, we have stepped up our flight frequencies to cities such as Brussels, Vilnius and Helsinki to offer more convenient travel options to our busy passengers.

September also brings excellent news for Lithuania as we start operations on our new routes to offer eight direct services to key airports in Western and Northern Europe. We are happy to further re-evaluate both our flying from the main economic centres across the country and the gradual introduction of additional routes. However, strong demand from both outbound and inbound travellers is a prerequisite for future improvements. Overall, we aim at eventually offering 11 direct services out of Vilnius as part of our five-year Horizon 2021 business plan.

This month is excellent if you want to step out of your business attire for a moment and escape to the sun for a long weekend. Our destinations on the Mediterranean and Black Sea coasts have both convenient schedules and pleasant weather for such outings. In addition, we have upgraded our service and now allow two carry-on bags per passenger. This means that without much packing and hassle, you can head straight from your office to our aircraft...and the sun.

Did you know that Riga is a European capital of basketball this September? Latvia, along with three other nations, is hosting the FIBA EuroBasket 2015 championship. Join tens of thousands of fans to enjoy the games and the multiple sporting and street events surrounding the championship.

Thank you for flying airBaltic and have a great trip!

Yours,
Martin Alexander Gauss