Monday, January 4, 2016

airBaltic sees intercity regional demand spike in 2015

In the last quarter of 2015, airBaltic has achieved 33% average increase of bookings in Estonia and Lithuania compared to the same period a year earlier. In Estonia, the demand for airBaltic tickets grew +42%, while in Lithuania it was up +23%, as the Latvian airline announced new routes and improved connectivity in both markets with major European hubs.

“airBaltic Horizon 2021 aims at operating 11 direct routes out of Vilnius and Tallinn in the next five years. We offer the best connectivity into and out of Estonia and Lithuania, as airBaltic serves a combination of direct flights and convenient transfers via our main hub in Riga to Europe, Scandinavia, the Middle East and the CIS,” said Wolfgang Reuss, Senior Vice President of Network Management of airBaltic in today's announcement.

In December 2015, airBaltic also announced a new Vilnius – Tallinn route operated 10 times per week, from Monday – Friday, twice a day. Passengers will board a Bombardier Q400 NextGen aircraft for a flight that will last 1 hour and 20 minutes

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