airBaltic will fly to Amsterdam, Hamburg, Vienna, Düsseldorf

With the permission from the Ministry of Transport, national airline airBaltic will resume direct flights from Riga to Amsterdam, Hamburg, Vienna and Düsseldorf, informed airBaltic in a statement to the media on May 22.

Flights from Riga to Amsterdam will be relaunched on May 24, Hamburg - June 1, Vienna - June 8, and Düsseldorf - June 9.

"By June 9, we will have connected the Baltic States to more than ten destinations in Europe. Given our focus on a single fleet Airbus A220-300, we are in a good position to resume flights," said airBaltic CEO Martins Gauss.

All passengers onboard are provided with face masks and disinfectant napkins. The airline follows all the recommendations from authorities.

On May 18, airBaltic resumed flights from Riga to Tallinn and Vilnius. The airline also operates daily flights to Frankfurt and Oslo, and will resume flights from Riga to Helsinki, Munich and Berlin.

Passengers must check travel rules and airport restrictions on official sites or local embassies before traveling. 

The full schedule and tickets will soon be available on the airBaltic website.

 

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