Articles Tagged ‘AirBaltic’
airBaltic launched a new route between Edinburgh and Riga on 2 July 2021, connecting the two cities twice-weekly. The service is operated with an A220-300.
Last week saw Budapest Airport re-establish more than 25 routes, and witness the return of another five carriers, as the Hungarian gateway welcomes the recovery of travel and air traffic. Boosting Budapest’s links to further major European cities, Aegean Airlines, airBaltic, Brussels Airlines, easyJet, and Luxair, have all returned to the airport’s runway.
The Airport Agency has announced that the 18th CONNECT Route Development Forum will be hosted by Business Tampere, from 23 to 25 February 2022. This much-awaited face-to-face event aims to help drive the recovery process of the aviation industry. The event will be supported by Official Carrier airBaltic.
airBaltic is looking more than ever at longer routes using its A220s, perhaps even from an airport with one of its 22 codeshare partners.
In 2010, Boeing’s 737 Classics had 268 million seats globally. Last year, they had 44 million. We look at the evolution of the type and top airlines and routes for each series.
Luxair announces four summer-seasonal services; airBaltic jets to Gatwick and Dublin from Vilnius; and Eastern Airways surfs into Newquay.
airBaltic has announced its return to London Gatwick and Dublin from Vilnius after nearly a decade. Vilnius will now have service from five London airports.
We look at numbers behind Tallinn’s top-10 unserved markets, which Gothenburg leads. Three markets that were in the top-10 now to be served this year.
airBaltic, Austrian and SAS will temporarily suspend all operations; combined 1.1 million weekly seats.
airBaltic will base a third A220-300 at Vilnius and begin Dubrovnik, Gothenburg, Hamburg, Rijeka and Zurich from Vilnius. None will have direct competition.
anna.aero’s Assistant Editor James Davis recently sat down with airBaltic CEO, Martin Gauss to learn about the network implications of becoming an all-A220 airline, and the news of a possible non-Baltic base. We also take a quick look at the carrier’s top unserved markets.
Three airports battled it out for Week 21 Fire Truck Water Arch glory, with entries from across Europe. The competition intensified with new aircraft, new routes and a variety of Fire Truck Water Arch salutes. But there was one clear winner, which deservedly received the Arch of Triumph prize this week.