1/ Fly with your kids to an autumn getaway

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

3/ Start planning your skiing holidays

4/ Enjoy more convenient travel with Premium tickets

5/ We guarantee the lowest prices at airbaltic.com

1/ Fly with your kids to an autumn getaway

School has just started, but it’s already time to plan what to do with the kids during the autumn school holidays. We have some great destinations where the whole family can have fun together.

Berlin is unbeatable for holidays with kids. Visit the famous Berlin Zoo, the Computer Games Museum or go to the enormous Tropical Islands water amazement park, which is 60 km from the German capital. Nonstop flights to Berlin operate from all three Baltic capitals, with one-way ticket prices starting at EUR 29.

Another popular destination is Paris’ Disneyland, with daily direct flights to the French capital operating from Riga and Tallinn. One-way tickets start at EUR 39.

If your kids like playing with Lego blocks, then you should go to Billund, home of the Legoland amusement park. Flights from Riga to Billund take place four times per week, with one-way ticket prices starting at EUR 39.


Children aged 2 to 11 can travel with a 25% discount on airBaltic flights. Infants (up to 2 years) get a 90% discount. To make your children’s flying adventure even more special, order from the special kids’ menu at airbalticmeal.com before the flight.


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/ 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 29.

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.


4/ Enjoy more convenient travel with Premium tickets

airBaltic offers travellers a choice between three ticket types: Basic, Premium and Business.

Premium tickets are especially handy for those who prefer convenient and worry-free travel with all of the most essential services included in one ticket price.

You can check in your baggage, glide through fast-track security control at the airport in Riga and choose your preferred seat on the aircraft at no additional charge.


When booking your next flight at airbaltic.com, check out the Premium tickets displayed in the middle column of the flight booking engine.


5/ We guarantee the lowest prices at airbaltic.com

When buying airBaltic flight tickets, always check first at airbaltic.com. Buying directly through us, with no intermediaries involved, means that you will always get the lowest possible price for airBaltic flights

Our low-fare calendar will help you to compare flight prices to your desired destinations within a one-week period, or even check the yearly calendar to see in which months the prices are the lowest.


The very best deals with the lowest possible prices are always marked with a cherry symbol at airbaltic.com.