RIGA - Latvian airline airBaltic starting on April 4, 2019 introduces Basic fares for Riga–Moscow route. The new Hand baggage only fares will enable passengers to travel more convenient for a better price between Riga International Airport and Sheremetyevo International Airport in Moscow.
In the near future airBaltic is planning to introduce Basic tickets also on Riga–Kazan route, so that passengers can enjoy Hand baggage only fares on all routes.
Martin Gauss, Chief Executive Officer of airBaltic: “We are unifying our services for all destinations based on the high demand from our passengers. The new Basic fare tickets are perfectly suitable for passengers traveling for business and short city breaks. Now our passengers can choose even more affordable flights and pay only for the services they require.”
Passengers will be able to choose three ticket types – Basic, Premium and Business. The Basic ticket secures the lowest price for budget travellers, and extra services, including checked-in baggage, can be purchased as needed. The Premium ticket includes service at the Business check-in counter, ability to pre-select your preferred seat in the aircraft, a checked-in bag free of charge, and allows changes to the booking. Business tickets offer premium service at the airport, lounges, on-board meals and drinks, full flexibility and premium services throughout the journey.
airBaltic offers the best ticket prices and a full list of ticket conditions at www.airBaltic.com and travel agencies.
In addition, airBaltic has further improved the flying experience of its passengers by offering new, convenient service. airBaltic passengers can purchase additional weight of four kilograms for their free cabin baggage allowance for a price starting at EUR 8.99. By using the service, the total cabin bag allowance can reach a total weight of up to 12 kilograms. The service is available only on
flights operated by airBaltic.
airBaltic serves over 70 destinations from Riga, Tallinn and Vilnius, offering the largest variety of destinations and convenient connections via Riga to its network spanning Europe, Scandinavia, the CIS and the Middle East. In summer 2019, airBaltic has launched new destinations from Riga to Dublin, Stuttgart and Lviv, and in May will launch flights to Kos and Menorca.