Tag: Latvian airline

Air France Awarded 4-Star “COVID-19 Airline Safety Rating” By Skytrax

Air France has been certified with the COVID-19 Airline Safety Rating following the global audit conducted by the international air transport rating agency Skytrax. This audit, carried out in December 2020 on several Air France medium and long-haul flights, evaluates airlines' safety protocol...

airBaltic to Maintain Essential Connectivity for the Baltics During Winter

As of October 25, the winter schedule of Latvian airline airBaltic is now in force. During this season, airBaltic plans to connect Riga with 40 destinations across its network, offering flights to major European business hubs and a small selection of leisure and skiing destinations. The planned w...

airBaltic Marks 25 Year Anniversary

In October 2020, Latvian airline airBaltic marks the 25th anniversary of the company. Considering the experience gained over the years and current situation, airBaltic honours this milestone by introducing revised company vision, mission and core values which were found in a survey among customers, ...

airBaltic Schedules Two More Flights from Amsterdam

airBaltic Schedules Two More Flights from Amsterdam

At the request of the Ministry of Transport of the Republic of Latvia, Latvian airline airBaltic on May 11 and May 12 will perform flights to and from Amsterdam to provide transportation services to entrepreneurs whose employees need to return to Latvia, as well as to entrepreneurs who need to send...

airBaltic Approves New Business Plan

On April 23, the Supervisory Board of the Latvian airline airBaltic approved the new business plan of the company presented by the management of airBaltic. The new business plan, Destination 2025 CLEAN, focuses on the impact of the Coronavirus crisis and adjustments that had to be made to the exist...

airBaltic Reduces Flights to Milan

airBaltic Reduces Flights to Milan

Latvian airline airBaltic has made a decision to temporarily decrease the number of flights from Riga to Milan, Italy between March 23 and May 31, 2020. Martin Gauss, CEO of airBaltic: “Over the last days we have seen a significant reduction in short-term forward bookings for the Milan destina...

airBaltic Sets New Record With 5 Million Passengers in 2019

Latvian airline airBaltic in 2019 has carried 5.049.317 passengers or 22% more than the year before to its network. It is the highest number of passengers carried in airline’s history. Martin Gauss, Chief Executive Officer of airBaltic: “We are reaching new heights and offering better connec...

World’s First Airbus A220-300 C Check Performed by Airbaltic

World’s First Airbus A220-300 C Check Performed by Airbaltic

Latvian airline airBaltic has successfully completed its first scheduled C check on an Airbus A220-300 aircraft. Two months ago, airBaltic became the first airline entitled to provide a full scope of maintenance for Airbus A220-300 aircraft type. Andris Vaivads, SVP Technical Operations of airBa...

airBaltic Announces New Flights to Manchester, Yerevan and two Norwegian cities

airBaltic Announces New Flights to Manchester, Yerevan and two Norwegian cities

Riga. Latvian airline airBaltic announces that as of summer season 2020 it will launch new flights from Riga to Manchester (United Kingdom), Yerevan (Armenia) as well as Bergen and Trondheim (both Norway). Martin Gauss, CEO of airBaltic: “With addition of several new exciting destinations, nex...

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