airBaltic Carries 287,900 Passengers in January 2024

airBaltic Carries 287,900 Passengers in January 2024
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airBaltic has this week revealed the handling of 287,900 passengers in January 2024, as numbers continue to grow at the airline.

The Latvian carrier has experienced significant growth compared to the same period last year.

Without further ado, let’s get into it…

airBaltic Carries 287,900 Passengers in January 2024…

airBaltic Carries 287,900 Passengers in January 2024
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The figure of 287,900 passengers handled by airBaltic in January 2024 represents a 16% increase compared to the same period last year.

3,170 flights were operated, which is also up four per cent year-on-year.

The breakdown is as follows:

January 2024January 2023% Change
Number of Passengers287,900247,30016%
Number of Flights3,1703,0304%


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CEO Martin Gauss: Fleet & Destination Expansion…

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Commenting on the positive results was Martin Gauss, President and CEO of airBaltic who said the following on this:

“As we step into 2024, airBaltic has seen an increase in passenger numbers, affirming our position as the preferred airline for Baltic States.”

“Our focus this year is on expanding our fleet and destination offerings, a step towards not only recovering to pre-pandemic levels but also surpassing them.”

“With over 130 routes in operation, we’re connecting our home bases to the globe more extensively than ever, accommodating a diverse spectrum of travel needs and drawing significant interest for travelers.”

2023 saw the Latvian carrier handle 4.5m passengers, which was a 36% increase on 2022, with 44,000 flights operated in that time, also 18% up.

All eyes will be on what 2024 will look like for the airline moving forward.

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