airBaltic opens Tampere base

airBaltic has opened a new base in Tampere. It will connect Tampere with seven direct flights in addition to continued operations to Riga. The opening of the new base took place during a special event in Tampere.

airBaltic has opened a new base in Tampere. It will connect Tampere with seven direct flights in addition to continued operations to Riga. The opening of the new base took place during a special event in Tampere.

“As of today, we call Tampere one of our bases,” said Martin Gauss, Chief Executive Officer, airBaltic. “The opening of the new base provides new travel opportunities for both our current and future passengers. We hope that the passenger demand will gradually grow, therefore we may launch additional new destinations to various business hubs and leisure destinations over time.”

Mari Nurminen, VP Director for Central and Eastern Finland Airports and Tampere-Pirkkala Airport Manager at Finavia, commented: “We are delighted to celebrate airBaltic’s new base at Tampere-Pirkkala Airport. This launch marks a great milestone in the long cooperation between Finavia and airBaltic. Seven new routes bring a great variety of European cities close to both leisure and business travellers of Tampere-Pirkkala area, which we can all be very happy about.”

Starting from May 2022, airBaltic will perform direct flights from Tampere to Oslo, Copenhagen, Frankfurt, Munich, Malaga and Rhodes, in addition to continuing flights to Riga. Starting from June 2022, airBaltic will also perform direct flights to Amsterdam.

Starting from May 2022, airBaltic will perform direct flights from Tampere to Oslo, Copenhagen, Frankfurt, Munich, Malaga and Rhodes, in addition to continuing flights to Riga. Starting from June 2022, airBaltic will also perform direct flights to Amsterdam.


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