airBaltic TOP 5 Destinations in Winter
The Latvian airline airBaltic will enter the winter season on October 30, 2016 with an improved schedule to exciting winter holiday destinations. airBaltic introduces the TOP 5 of the most popular destinations for this winter.
- Munich is the third largest city in Germany and the capital of the Bavaria region. Munich is captivating with its folksy traditions, outstanding architecture and modern spirit. During winter, Munich is also the perfect place to begin an Alpine ski trip, because it is located just a little over an hour away from some of the best winter sports resorts in the Alps.
- Milan is Italy’s second largest city and is rich in history and art, cutting-edge technology and an overflowing spirit of creativity. If you are visiting Milan in the winter, you can explore the beautiful city and also enjoy a wonderful ski trip. A number of resorts are within easy driving range of the city.
- Zurich definitely becomes magical when the winter sets in, especially during the festive season. Zurich is a city in touch with nature, as it is set against the wondrous views of the Swiss Alps and the smaller hills that surround the city, where the Limmat River flows from the north western end of Lake Zurich. Near Zurich you will find great ski resorts in breathtaking Swiss Alps.
- Poprad in northern Slovakia stands nearly 700 metres above sea level, but thanks to the proximity of the magnificent High Tatra Mountains, it feels even higher. The city acts as the main gateway to the natural splendours of the National Park of High Tatras and is geared up for tourism. Poprad provides breathtaking scenery and possibilities for great outdoor activities in winter like skiing and snowboarding.
- Tbilisi is a rising star amid the mountain ranges of Saguramo and Trialeti. Tbilisi is a great city where you can explore the beauty of Georgian culture, cuisine and nature. In addition to plan more unconventional winter getaway, you might want to visit Guardian ski resort in the Caucasus Mountains of Georgia.
|Flight frequency||Start date||Price*, Basic||Price*, Premium||Price*, Business|
|Riga – Munich (Germany)||Up to 2 flights daily||Already operates||79 EUR||125 EUR||599 EUR|
|Riga – Milan (Italy)||5 flights weekly||Already operates||69 EUR||115 EUR||539 EUR|
|Riga – Zurich (Switzerland)||6 flights weekly||Already operates||109 EUR||155 EUR||499 EUR|
|Riga – Poprad (Slovakia)||1 flight weekly||December 17, 2016||39 EUR||105 EUR||369 EUR|
|Riga – Tbilisi (Georgia)||2 flights weekly||Already operates||99 EUR||144 EUR||519 EUR|
*Lowest fare, including taxes, fees and service charges, on www.airBaltic.com, subject to availability
airBaltic serves over 60 destinations from its home base in Riga, Latvia. From every one of these locations, airBaltic offers convenient connections via Riga to its network spanning Europe, Scandinavia, CIS and the Middle East. In addition, airBaltic also offers new direct flights from Tallinn and Vilnius.
airBaltic (AIR BALTIC CORPORATION) is the world’s most punctual airline connecting the Baltic region with 60 destinations in Europe, the Middle East, and the CIS. airBaltic is a joint stock company that was established in 1995. Its primary shareholder is the Latvian state, which holds 80.05% of the stock, while Ralf-Dieter Montag-Girmes holds around 20% through his fully-owned Aircraft Leasing 1 SIA. The airBaltic fleet consists of 24 aircraft – 12 Boeing 737 and 12 Bombardier Q400Next Gen. airBaltic has received numerous international awards for excellence, innovative services, and achievements in reshaping its business. In 2012, airBaltic was ranked by Airlinetrends among the Top 10 airlines globally for innovations. airBaltic achieved the best on-time performance globally for two years running in 2014 and 2015.