airBaltic’s Summer Destinations


airBaltic is launching 13 additional routes for summer season linking Baltic region with Mediterranean resorts. The world’s most punctual airlines of 2015 are switching to summer flight schedule on the 29th of March. Additional routes expanding airlines’ network will allow travelers to reach the most popular summer destinations from Riga (RIX International Airport). New routes will be served by aircraft owned by the company that consists of 12 Boeing 737 and 12 Bombardier Q400.

New routes to wonderful Mediterranean resorts include Nice, Palma de Mallorca and Malta. The 3 times per week service to Nice (France) starts from the 29th of March. Both Malta and Palma de Mallorca (Spain) will receive one time per week service from the 1st and 29th of May accordingly.

airBaltic is also adding two new destinations in Italy reachable from Riga’s International Airport. Weekly service to Olbia starts from the 21st of May and two times a week service to Venice begins from the 30th of May.

Croatia will receive four weekly flights from Riga. Dubrovnik’s twice per week service starts from the 24th while Rijeka’s from the 30th of May.

In future, airBaltic customers will be able to reach Bulgaria’s Burgas twice per week starting from the 25th of May.

Reykjavik (Iceland) is yet another destination added this season. Flights to the capital of Iceland will be offered twice a week starting from the 28th of May.

The upcoming summer schedule will introduce three new routes to Greece. Athens will receive two times per week service from the 2nd of May. Twice a week service to Thessaloniki and weekly flights to Rhodes can be enjoyed from the 3rd of June.

Last but not least, airBaltic will start flights to Baku (Azerbaijan). Two times a week service will be carried out from the 29th of May.

In addition to new routes, airBaltic also offers 36 more destinations from its main hub in Riga. Moreover, flights from Tallinn, Vilnius, Frankfurt and Dortmund helps to connect Europe, Scandinavia, CIS and Middle East.