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airBaltic opens office in Tallinn

11th December 2008 - 09:41 GMT | by The Shephard News Team


The Latvian national airline airBaltic opened an office in the Estonian capital city of Tallinn on 10 December, which will be an important step in expanding the company's operations in that country. Outside Latvia at this time the airline has offices in Berlin, Kyiv, Minsk, Moscow, St Petersburg, Klaipeda and Vilnius.

airBaltic president Bertolt Flick remarked, "The opening of our office in Tallinn is a targeted step forward for our company, because demand for our services is on the rise in Estonia. The new office will make airBaltic far more accessible to the people of Estonia, and our passengers will be able to receive our services and consultations there."

airBaltic currently offers six non-stop flights from Tallinn to Riga on workdays (with a total of 37 flights per week), and three direct flights from Vilnius to Riga (with a total of 14 flights per week). During the winter season, the airline is offering flights to 46 destinations from Riga and 10 from Vilnius.

The airBaltic office will offer information about services, sale of tickets, passenger name and flight date change services, payments for checked-in baggage, as well as sale of the airBalticcard Mobile phone card and airline souvenirs. The airBaltic office in Tallinn will be located at Estonia pst. 1/3, 10143, Tallinn.


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