airBaltic adds two additional routes for Summer 2024

airBaltic Airbus A220-300 departing Riga airport.
Photo: airBaltic

The Latvian airline airBaltic has published additions to its flight schedule for the upcoming summer season next year.

It sees the addition of two more routes – from Tallinn, Estonia to Burgas, Bulgaria and from Tampere, Finland to Palma de Mallorca, Spain.

This means the airline will operate a total of 13 new routes from the Baltic States – Latvia, Estonia, and Lithuania, and its newest base Tampere.

airBaltic Network Plan

Martin Gauss, the President and CEO of airBaltic, expressed the company’s commitment to expanding its network and improving connectivity within the Baltics and Tampere, Finland.

This commitment is evident in their latest announcement, where they are set to launch an impressive total of 13 new routes, with a focus on Central and Southeastern Europe.

From Tallinn to Burgas

One of the exciting additions to airBaltic’s flight schedule is the new route connecting Tallinn, Estonia, to Burgas, Bulgaria.

This strategic route offers travelers from Estonia the opportunity to explore the picturesque Bulgarian coastline.


From relaxing on sandy beaches to immersing in rich cultural experiences, this new route promises a diverse range of vacation options.

Tampere to Palma de Mallorca

For Finnish travelers, airBaltic is introducing a route from Tampere to Palma de Mallorca, Spain. This means that you can now embark on a journey from the charming Finnish city of Tampere to the sunny shores of Palma de Mallorca in Spain.

For leisure travellers, this route opens up the beauty of the Mediterranean to Finnish tourists.

An airBaltic aircraft on the tarmac.
Photo Credit: airBaltic

airBaltic’s Vision

As Martin Gauss emphasized, airBaltic aims to be the leading airline in the region. With the launch of these 13 new routes next summer, they are well on their way to achieving this goal.

The airline’s ambition to grow and improve connectivity from the Baltics and Tampere is evident in their strategic expansion plans.

Upcoming Summer Season

In the upcoming summer season, airBaltic’s route expansion will include 7 new routes departing from Latvia, 3 from Estonia, 2 from Lithuania, and 1 from Tampere. In addition to these exciting additions, the airline also plans to increase the frequency of flights on several existing routes, ensuring that passengers have even more options to choose from.

Riga to Rome, Tel Aviv, and Prague

Passengers flying from Riga can look forward to increased flight frequencies on routes to Rome, Tel Aviv, and Prague. This means more flexibility when planning your trips to these popular destinations, whether for business or leisure.

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Vilnius to Paris, Munich, and Tallinn

Vilnius will also benefit from increased flight frequencies, with more options for travelers heading to Paris, Munich, and Tallinn. This enhanced connectivity opens up opportunities for exploring Europe’s diverse cultures and attractions.

Palanga to Riga

For those traveling from Palanga to Riga, airBaltic is ensuring seamless connectivity between these two Baltic cities. Whether it’s for family visits, business, or leisure, you can count on airBaltic to get you there comfortably.

In Summary

airBaltic offers connections to more than 70 destinations in Europe, the Middle East, North Africa and Caucasus region.

Over the last 27 years airBaltic has developed as a strong and internationally respected airline, which employs more than 2 300 employees. The airBaltic fleet consists of 44 Airbus A220-300 aircraft, making it one of the youngest fleets in Europe.

The airline has received several international awards for excellence, innovative services and significant achievements. Skytrax has awarded airBaltic two years in a row as the best airline in its region.

Additionally, in 2022, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) awarded airBaltic the Diversity and Inclusion Team Award. In 2023 the airline received the APEX Passenger Choice Award of Best Cabin Service in Europe.

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