TALLINN – The Latvian airline Air Baltic on Wednesday published its flight schedule for the upcoming summer season next year, which will begin at the end of March 2023, according to which the airline plans to launch 18 new routes from the Baltics, including four from Tallinn.
From May, the airline will fly from Tallinn to Split and Dubrovnik in Croatia and Rhodes and Heraklion in Greece, Air Baltic said.
"This is the largest number of new routes in a single season we have ever seen at Air Baltic. We continue to be committed to our home cities in the Baltics and improving connectivity to and from the region. We are glad to expand Air Baltic's offering for the next summer season both with new route additions and increased flight frequencies on our existing leisure and city break routes," Martin Gauss, CEO of Air Baltic, said.
In total, Air Baltic connects the Estonian capital with 16 direct destinations, in addition to nearly 70 connecting routes through Riga.
In addition to four new routes from Tallinn, the airline will launch 10 routes from Riga and four from Vilnius. The airline will fly from Riga to Istanbul, Hannover, Bucharest, Porto, Burgas, Bilbao, Tivat, Yerevan, Belgrade and Baku. The new routes from Vilnius include Malaga, Palma de Mallorca, Nice and Heraklion.