airBaltic has announced its first destination for the summer season of 2019, which will begin in late March. Next season airBaltic continues to expand its offer in Tallinn, by adding new flights to Malaga, Brussels and Copenhagen starting June 2019. In addtion, airBaltic will add scheduled flights to Stuttgart from Riga starting March 31, 2019.
Martin Gauss, CEO of airBaltic: “This year we launched three new destinations from Tallinn to London, Stockholm and Oslo. With another three destinations added in 2019, we will serve a total of 12 direct services out of Tallinn. airBaltic offers the best connectivity to and from the Baltic states in addition to convenient connections via Riga to our network spanning Russia, CIS, Europe and the Middle East.”
|Destination served||Flight frequency||Start date||Price *,
|Tallinn – Malaga||2 weekly||June 1, 2019||79 EUR||125 EUR||499 EUR|
|Tallinn – Brussels||3 weekly||June 3, 2019||39 EUR||75 EUR||449 EUR|
|Tallinn – Copenhagen||4 weekly||June 2, 2019||29 EUR||75 EUR||359 EUR|
|Riga – Stuttgart||4 weekly||March 31, 2019||29 EUR||69 EUR||399 EUR|
*Lowest fare (one way), including taxes, fees and service charges.
During the first six months of 2018, airBaltic has transported 1,876,839 passengers or 20% more than in the same period last year to its network spanning Europe, Scandinavia, Russia, CIS and the Middle East. In June 2018, a record high 424,822 passengers travelled with airBaltic.
From Tallinn, airBaltic offers direct flights to Amsterdam, Berlin, London, Paris, Vienna and Vilnius as well as convenient connections via Riga. airBaltic will also launch new direct services from Tallinn to Stockholm and Oslo this autumn.
airBaltic serves over 70 destinations from Riga, Tallinn and Vilnius, offering the largest variety of destinations and convenient connections via Riga to its network spanning Europe, Scandinavia, the CIS and the Middle East. For summer 2018, airBaltic has introduced eight new destinations from Riga to Malaga, Lisbon, Split, Bordeaux, Gdansk, Almaty as well as Sochi and Kaliningrad. In addition, airBaltic launched a new direct route connecting Tallinn and London.
Top Copyright Photo (all others by airBaltic): airBaltic Airbus A220-300 (Bombardier CS300 – BD-500-1A11) YL-CSB (msn 55004) ZRH (Rolf Wallner). Image: 942996.
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