RIGA - Latvian national airline airBaltic currently has more than half a million passengers booked on the flights for the future, said airBaltic board chairman Martin Gauss in a letter to airBaltic customers.
Today, exactly three weeks ago, airBaltic temporarily stopped its scheduled operations due to the coronavirus. Gauss said that the aviation industry in Europe and in most countries around the world has been affected like never before. Passenger bookings for travel by air have been significantly reduced globally, and by almost 100 percent in Latvia.
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