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Three new routes for airBaltic

7th May 2009 - 15:30 GMT | by The Shephard News Team


Latvian airline airBaltic has three new destinations for the summer season in 2009 – Geneva (Switzerland), Turku (Finland), and Kaunas (Lithuania). The destinations will be served three, four and 13 times a week respectively.

airBaltic has now introduced a total of seven new destinations this year. In addition to the aforementioned three, flights are also being offered to Tromso (Norway), Linkoping (Sweden), Palanga (Lithuania), and Dushanbe (Tajikistan).

Tero Taskila, airBaltic’s newly appointed chief commercial officer, remarked, “Turku and Kaunas will strengthen our Scandinavian and Baltic network of routes. Turku is our fifth destination in Finland, and Kaunas is our third one in Lithuania. These routes will cater for those airBaltic passengers who increasingly are using Rīga as a transit city for destinations such as Milan, Berlin, Paris, Venice, Minsk, Moscow, and others.

"We are also excited to add a second destination in Switzerland. Geneva is an attractive destination for businesses and vacationers.”

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