Press releases: Press releases 2015 | airBaltic
airBaltic launches Riga – Verona and Riga – Salzburg
On December 26, 2016, the Latvian airline airBaltic launched two new routes Riga – Verona and Riga – Salzburg for winter holidaymakers.
airBaltic investor agreement will be signed in January
The investor agreement with the new airBaltic investor Ralf Dieter Montag-Girmes will be signed in January, as airBaltic prefers to close all matters related to its Bombardier CS300 order before signing.
airBaltic Improves Vilnius and Tallinn Service
The Latvian airline airBaltic will launch a new direct route between Vilnius and Tallinn on April 18, 2016. As well airBaltic has improved flight frequencies to its existing services from Tallinn and Vilnius that will offer more convenient travel from and between Tallinn and Vilnius, and beyond to destinations in the Baltic region.
airBaltic to Launch Riga – Reykjavik
The Latvian airline airBaltic will launch a new route between Riga and Reykjavik on May 28, 2016. The new route will offer convenient travel between the two cities, and beyond to destinations in the Baltic region.
airBaltic Welcomes Bombardier CSeries in Rīga
Today the Latvian airline airBaltic welcomed a Bombardier CSeries aircraft to Rīga, Latvia, as part of CS100 demo tour to Northern Europe.
airBaltic Riga – Berlin Flight Experiences Turbulence
Today airBaltic Boeing 737-300, performing flight BT211 Rīga-Berlin, experienced unexpected turbulence on its descent towards Tegel airport.
airBaltic Bookings Triple In Estonia
In the past four days the number of airbaltic tickets sold has tripled in Estonia as the local carrier exited the market. airBaltic will continue to offer more flights and do its best to assist its Estonian customers, affected by the suspension of operations of the local airline.
Air Serbia Teams Up with airBaltic
Air Serbia, the national airline of the Republic of Serbia, and airBaltic, the Latvian flag carrier, have signed a codeshare agreement that offers guests convenient new travel options between Belgrade and the Baltic capitals of Riga and Tallinn.
German Investor for airBaltic
The Latvian Cabinet of Ministers has approved plans to sell 20% of airBaltic to German investor Ralf Dieter Montag-Girmes for EUR 52 million and agreed to invest a further EUR 80 million in the airline. The total of EUR 132 million of fresh capital for the Latvian carrier will spur its Horizon 2021 business plan and fleet modernisation.
airBaltic to Strengthen in Estonia
The Latvian airline airBaltic will offer more flights and do its best to assist the stranded passengers, affected by today’s potential suspension of operations of the Estonian carrier.