airBaltic Unveils Pop-Up Flights from Riga & Tallinn

airBaltic Unveils Pop-Up Flights from Riga & Tallinn
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airBaltic has this week revealed that they will operate some pop-up flights throughout the year from Riga & Tallinn.

The Latvian carrier is taking advantage of temporary market upsells to further bolster it’s revenue.

Without further ado, let’s get into it…

The Pop-Up Flights with airBaltic from Riga & Tallinn…

airBaltic Unveils Pop-Up Flights from Riga & Tallinn
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airBaltic‘s new pop-up flights from Riga and Tallinn will be as follows:

From July 11-22 and August 1-5, the airline will operate flights to Liepaja, a coastal town in Latvia.

These flights will operate on a twice weekly basis.

Furthermore, airBaltic will also launch flights from Tallinn to Palma de Mallorca on a once-weekly basis.

This service will operate on a once-weekly basis, with no information into date of start and end.

Gauss: A New & Innovative Concept…

airBaltic Unveils Pop-Up Flights from Riga & Tallinn
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Commenting on the plans for these new flights from Riga & Tallinn was airBaltic CEO Martin Gauss:

“Pop-up flights represent a new and innovative concept for airBaltic, designed to offer seamless, temporary travel options directly tied to consumer demand and special events.”

“These flights enable us to provide more flexibility, which greatly benefits our customers, especially during peak travel times to high-demand destinations.”

The airline has already got additional pop-up flights in place.

For the IIHF 2024 Ice Hockey World Championship, flights to Ostrava in Czech Republic will be operated on May 11, 13, 17, 20 and 22.


Photo Credit: Jamie Clarke/AviationSource

In conclusion, it appears that airBaltic has found an interesting market to target from Riga & Tallinn.

Looking ahead, all eyes will be on how these temporary flights perform for the airline.

If demand is strong, then there could be scope to turn these routes into permanent services on their network.

But for now, let’s see how it performs.

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