The Latvian airline airBaltic will launch its summer season with nine new destinations from Riga Airport


During the summer of 2008, airBaltic plans to offer flights from Riga to Venice (Italy), Nice (France), Ålesund (Norway), Billund (Denmark), Sochi (Russia), Yerevan (Armenia), Chisinau (Moldova), Alma-Ata (Kazakhstan), Kuopio (Finland). New routes from Vilnius will include Paris (France), Simferopol and Odessa (Ukraine).

As passenger demand increases, airBaltic will increase the number of flights from Riga to Berlin (up to 3 times a day), Paris (7 times a week), Rome (5 times a week), Oulu (4 times a week), Vilnius (up to 4 times a day), Tbilisi (5 times a week), Odessa (7 times a week), Liepaja (17 times a week) and others. The number of flights from Vilnius will be increased to Milan (5 times a week) and Berlin (5 times a week).

During the summer of 2008, airBaltic will open 9 new routes from Riga airport and overall will operate flights already to 48 destinations.