Flights to Paris are now scheduled to resume two days earlier than originally planned.
The company's CEO Martins Gauss said that airBaltic continues to gradually add new destinations to the route map and thinks about safe and convenient travel.
Strict safety measures have been implemented and the company is following the recommendations of the responsible authorities. Gauss said that all passengers are provided with a free sanitary equipment kit including face protection masks an disinfectant wipes.
airBaltic is cooperating with the responsible authorities and adjusting the schedule if necessary. Passengers must check travel rules and airport restrictions on official sites or local embassies before travelling. Rules are changing rapidly and vary across countries.
Currently, airBaltic operates direct flights in Riga to Tallinn, Vilnius, Oslo, Frankfurt, Amsterdam, Helsinki, Munich, Berlin and Hamburg.