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November 8, 2021 – Latvian airline has today published its flight schedule for the upcoming summer season that will begin on March 27, 2022. The airline plans to connect Riga with more than 70 destinations across its network.

Martin Gauss, CEO: “Next summer we plan to continue our sustainable growth with an all Airbus A220-300 fleet, and offer more connectivity to and from the Baltic region. I strongly believe that the demand for flights will continue to grow, as we continue to offer a wide selection of leisure destinations in addition to the key business hubs across Europe and beyond.”


Currently the airline offers more than 70 direct destinations from Riga. airBaltic launched direct flights between Riga and sunny Tenerife (Spain) on September 4 and to Dubai (United Arab Emirates) on September 27. A complete schedule of airBaltic flights can be found on the company’s homepage at

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