With permission from Transport Ministry, airBaltic will resume flights from Riga to Helsinki and Munich on May 25. From June 1 onwards, however, the airline will resume flights from Riga to Berlin, as reported by airBaltic representatives.
airBaltic CEO Martin Gauss says the company is returning with a singular goal in mind – preserving positions in the region.
“The safety and health of our passengers, employees and society are our main priority. Our passengers are provided with facemasks and disinfection tissues during flights. We carefully follow recommendations from institutions,” said Gauss.
On May 18, airBaltic resumed flights from Riga to Tallinn and Vilnius. The airline also performs special flights to Frankfurt and Oslo. Additionally, airBaltic also performs flights from Tallinn to Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Oslo and Vilnius.
Prior to traveling, residents are urged to check travel restrictions and airport restrictions on official websites or at local embassies.
“Rules tend to change rapidly and they differ in different countries. This is why it is important to always check the latest information,” stresses the airline.
A full flight schedule and ticket prices are available at airBaltic website. Additionally, the airline offers temporary offers for bookings made before May 31, allowing passengers to change their flight date free of charge (but only once), the airline stresses. (BNN/Business World Magazine)