airBaltic ready to help stranded finnish passengers again

The Latvian airline airBaltic is ready to use larger airplanes on its Finnish routes to fly the strike-affected Finnish passengers via North Hub Riga to/from destinations in the Baltics, Europe, Middle East and the CIS countries.

Tero Taskila, Chief Commercial Officer of airBaltic: “In 2009, airBaltic made record profit by offering a reliable service at lower prices. Every month, our passenger numbers almost triple on the Finnish routes. We will deploy larger aircraft on our Finnish routes, so that the strike-affected passengers can reach any of airBaltic’s 80 destinations.”

In Finland, airBaltic offers flights to/from 10 airports - Helsinki, Oulu, Lappeenranta, Turku, Tampere, Vaasa, Kuusamo, Kuopio, Rovaniemi and Kittila/Levi.

airBaltic serves 80 destinations from its home base in Riga, Latvia. From every one of these, airBaltic offers convenient connections via North Hub Riga to its network spanning Europe, Scandinavia, Russia, CIS and the Middle East.

airBalticin brief:  

AIR BALTIC CORPORATION (airBaltic) is a joint stock company that was established in 1995. The primary shareholders are the Latvian state, with 52.6% of stock, and SIA Baltijas aviācijas sistēmas, with 47.2% of stock. The airBaltic fleet consists of 29 aircraft – six Boeing 737-500, eight Boeing 737-300, two Boeing 757-200, ten Fokker 50 airplanes and three Bombardier Q400Next Gen. airBaltic offers nonstop flights from three Baltic capital cities – Riga, Vilnius, and Tallinn. airBaltic received the title of Airline of the Year 2009/2010 (Gold Award) from the European Regions Airline Association. airBaltic is the winner of Air Transport World Phoenix Award 2010 – a global recognition of excellence in restructuring business. In summer 2010, airBaltic was chosen for anna.aero ANNIES Award as Europe's largest flag carrier by new routes. airBaltic won a special Pacesetter Award 2010 from the Jury of the Budgies World Low Cost Airline Awards, recognising achievements of airBaltic as a hybrid airline.

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