Latvian airline airBaltic had added two more leisure routes to its network from its Riga hub for the summer season of 2019 utilising its Airbus A220-300 fleet.
The carrier will fly once a week to the Mediterranean islands of Kos (Greece) and Menorca (Spain) from 11 May and 12 May, respectively. It has announced a total of eight new routes today for this year.
airBaltic chief executive officer, Martin Gauss said: “Demand for sunny leisure destinations is growing, and it is vital for us to have a great offer in place.
“By adding flights to Kos and Menorca, this summer our passengers will be able to choose among eight different Mediterranean islands among dozens of other sunny destinations across Europe and beyond.”