Delta and airBaltic Enter Codeshare Partnership


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Delta Air Lines will add 24 new codeshare routes in Europe through partnering with airBaltic. 

If the regulators approve the move, flights from 16 European cities to airBaltic’s three hubs at Riga, Tallinn and Vilnius will see Delta’s DL code applied. The complete list of flights is as follows:

  1. Amsterdam (AMS) – Riga (RIX)
  2. Amsterdam (AMS) – Vilnius (VNO)
  3. Amsterdam (AMS) – Tallinn (TLL)
  4. Barcelona (BCN) – Riga (RIX)
  5. Brussels (BRU) – Riga (RIX)
  6. Brussels (BRU) – Tallinn (TLL)
  7. Copenhagen (CPH) – Riga (RIX)
  8. Copenhagen (CPH) – Tallinn (TLL)
  9. Dublin (DUB) – Riga (RIX)
  10. Dusseldorf (DUS) – Riga (RIX)
  11. Edinburgh (EDI) – Riga (RIX)
  12. Frankfurt (FRA) – Riga (RIX)
  13. Madrid (MAD) – Riga (RIX)
  14. Munich (MUC) – Riga (RIX)
  15. Munich (MUC) – Tallinn (TLL)
  16. Munich (MUC) – Vilnius (VNO)
  17. Milan (MXP) – Riga (RIX)
  18. Nice (NCE) – Riga (RIX)
  19. Paris (CDG) – Riga (RIX)
  20. Paris (CDG) – Vilnius (VNO)
  21. Paris (CDG) – Tallinn (TLL)
  22. Prague (PRG) – Riga (RIX)
  23. Stuttgart (STR) – Riga (RIX)
  24. Zurich (ZRH) – Riga (RIX)

Delta has, historically, been weakly positioned in the Baltic states. Even its close European partners, Air France and KLM, do not fly to the territory. To get passengers to the Eastern part of Europe, Delta has decided to interline with airBaltic. The additional connections will help Delta shore up its position in the Baltics without flying its aircraft to those destinations. At the same time, airBaltic will get new customers and better compete in Europe.

Source: Delta Air Lines