July was the second full month since resumption of scheduled flights on May 18.
“In July, we transported 2.5 times as many passengers and conducted nearly twice as many flights as a month ago. From our operational point of view, we are prepared to continue to connect the Baltic States to the rest of the world. But the measures to limit COVID-19 are changing daily in Europe, so we are limited in capacity levels,” said Martins Gauss, executive director of airBaltic..
In July, airBaltic carried out 2019 flights.