The ‘airBaltic’ offers nonstop flights.

logoThe national airline airBaltic has increased the frequency of flights in the summer season on the routes from Riga to Dublin, Kaliningrad, Palanga, Tallinn and Vienna.
From June and every day except Saturdays, an additional flight is operated to Tallinn, totally up to 7 flights a day. Starting from July, an additional flight is offered on several routes: to Dublin on Wednesdays (totally 5 flights a week), to Vienna on Thursdays (totally 5 flights a week), and to Kaliningrad on Sundays (totally 5 flights a week).
airBaltic offers also six additional flights to Palanga, the sea resort city in Lithuania, starting from July (totally 14 flights a week).
airbalticIn the summer of 2009, airBaltic has already added 11 cities to its destination map: Palanga, Kaunas (both in Lithuania), Tartu (Estonia), Turku (Finland), Linkoping (Sweden), Tromso (Norway), Dushanbe (Tajikistan), Geneva (Switzerland), Warsaw (Poland), Pskov (Russia), and Frankfurt (Germany).
airBaltic is a joint stock company that was established in 1995. The primary shareholders are the Latvian state, with 52.6% of stock, and Baltijas aviacijas sistemas, with 47.2% of stock.
The airBaltic fleet consists of 31 aircraft.
airBaltic offers nonstop flights from two Baltic capital cities – Riga and Vilnius.

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