airBaltic Launches Winter Season With 13 New Routes

airBaltic Launches Winter Season With 13 New Routes
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airBaltic has launched its Winter 2023/24 season with 13 new routes, of which some of those routes have already started.

The Latvian carrier is continuing to bolster growth opportunities ahead of a period that is typically less busy compared to Summer seasons.

Without further ado, let’s get into it…

airBaltic Launches Winter Season With 13 New Routes…

airBaltic Launches Winter Season With 13 New Routes
Photo Credit: Arash Abed/AviationSource

airBaltic has either launched or is about to launch the following routes over the Winter 2023/24 season:

Destination servedFlight frequencyStart date
Riga – Agadir1 flight weeklyNovember 4, 2023
Riga – Alicante2 flights weeklyFebruary 27, 2024
Tallinn – Tampere – Amsterdam7 flights weeklyOctober 29, 2023
Tallinn – Tenerife2 flights weeklyOctober 30, 2023
Tallinn – Gran Canaria1 flight weekly30 November, , 2023
Tallinn – Geneva1 flight weeklyDecember, 30, 2023
Vilnius – Tenerife2 flights weeklyOctober 31, 2023
Vilnius – Dubai2 flights weeklyNovember 1, 2023
Vilnius – Gran Canaria1 flight weeklyDecember 2, 2023
Vilnius – Turin1 flight weeklyDecember 23, 2023
Tampere – Tenerife2 flights weeklyNovember 1, 2023
Tampere – Gran Canaria1 flight weeklyDecember 5, 2023
Tampere – Kittila2 flights weeklyDecember 22, 2023


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Commenting on the new routes was Martin Gauss, the CEO of airBaltic:

“We are excited to announce the largest number of new routes in a winter season ever seen at airBaltic.”

“As we prepare for the upcoming season, we carefully assess passenger demand and analyze the market situation.”

“Our commitment to the Baltics and Tampere remains strong, and we are dedicated to enhancing connectivity within the region.”

“Additionally, we are pleased to expand our offerings with new route additions and increased flight frequencies on our existing leisure and city break routes.”

These new services outlines 25 new weekly services from it’s bases in Riga, Tallinn and Lithuania, with all eyes on the carrier to see how these new routes perform.

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