It was once an ill-defined semi-subsidiary of SAS, but in recent years airBaltic has transformed itself into one of Europe's most dynamic smaller airlines. With an extensive network of routes established in Western Europe and Scandinavia, airBaltic is now looking east toward Central Asia and beyond. It may also face stiffer competition from local rival flyLAL-Lithuanian Airlines, which is also overhauling its service. AirBaltic CEO and President Bertolt Flick took time out to outline the airline's future direction. AirBaltic is opening several new routes eastwards over the next few mont...
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