airBaltic joins Ryanair, Vueling and for’s BASEJUMPING at Airport Exchange in Barcelona

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Want to learn about opportunities presented from airBaltic’s ambitious growth plans? Find out during BASEJUMPING at The 2nd Joint EUROPE Network Planner’s Marketplace, taking place in Barcleona 23-25 November.

Logo: airBalticairBaltic has started 14 new routes this year and has also recently begun connecting points from outside its home airport of Riga. At’s 2nd Network Planners Marketplace in Barcelona next month, Richard Roberts, SVP Strategic Network and Fleet Planning has agreed to speak about the true scale of airBaltic’s ambitions. BASEJUMPING is a session of the event entirely devoted to a particular airline. The session leads with an explanation of route development opportunities from its bases as perceived by that airline’s senior network planner.

Free of SAS influence, airBaltic, which was announced ERA Airline of the Year Gold Award winner (2009/2010), appears to have defied the gravity of recession, adding over 20 new routes in the past year and now serves over 50 destinations. Will this growth be sustained? After starting Tallinn-Turku services does it plan to serve more non-Latvian city pairs? Which kind of airports will benefit in future, especially with the arrival of the first Q400s in November?”

Register now in order to start planning your meetings! The event is now just three weeks away.

Airports who want airBaltic to start a service to their airport should attend and also take part in the Airport Exchange exercise at Airport Exchange, to develop joint route propositions with other airports.

To read the up-to-date programme and to register for the event and take part in “Airport Exchange At Airport Exchange” go to: 

Airlines can attend this conference stream for free! Please contact us if you are an airline wishing to take advantage of this offer.


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