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airBaltic Introduces Web Check-in for Flights From Copenhagen, Oslo and Stockholm

Riga, June 19. As of June 18, the Latvian airline airBaltic is pleased to offer its clients a chance to check in via the Internet also for flights departing from Copenhagen, Oslo and Stockholm. This is already possible for airBaltic flights departing from Riga, Vilnius, Vienna, Zurich, Bergen and Stavanger.

Judge orders Lithuanian agencies to pay up

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Baltic Beach Hotel has big expansion plans

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City of Riga to enter marketing network

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Ligo on the beach at Baltic Beach Hotel

Jurmala spa hotel prepares for memorable midsummer

Drivers to be able to work 12 days in a row

New EU ammendments will free up bus drivers’ time for package tours

Growing fuel prices impact ticket price

Airlines operating from Lithuania prepare for higher surcharges

Vilnius airport hits back at flyLAL

VNO claims that airline’s performance was its own fault, not airport’s

Ryanair announces Kaunas-Luton

New route planned for launch from October

airBaltic in May carried 24% more passengers than last year

Riga, June 9. The Latvian airline airBaltic carried 220,802 passengers in May 2008, or 24% more than in the same month in 2007, when airBaltic transported 178,777 passengers.

Russia announces intentions to build resort on Curonian Spit

Plans pose threat to entire length of UNESCO-protected landscape

Third hotel planned in Riga’s “Moscow” suburb

Agroprojekts building to be reconstructed into 3-star hotel

Number of passengers up by 10 percent at Tallink

Tallinn-Helsinki route shows fastest growth, continuing earlier trends

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