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The Lithuanian airline takes battle with airBaltic to Swedish skies
Toomas Vali, marketing and sales director of Eurolines Baltic, writes that the development potential for bus transport and its competitiveness in the Baltic countries is great.
Russian business travel agents visit “prison hotel” in Liepaja
Riga, March 31. Yesterday Riga International Airport opened the final remaining border which separated Latvia from the other 24 Schengen Treaty member states. From March 30, border control of travel between Schengen countries has been removed at the airports of the nine new Schengen member states.
Visiting tourists love souvenirs that are not Estonian
The municipality of Lithuania’s second city has no coherent tourism policy
GM expresses optimism about the future of Kaunas
Number of one-day cruise tourists visiting the Estonian capital in 2008 to rise significantly
Riga, March 25. The Latvian national airline airBaltic completed the introduction of E-tickets last week. From now on, all passengers will be able to board their flights without a paper ticket, not only to direct destinations served by airBaltic, but also on an increasing number of connections.
The Riga-Kuressaare route launched last summer by airBaltic will not be relaunched this year due to the low demand.
On the occasion of the 80th anniversary of the birth of Estonian President Lennart Meri next year March, Tallinn Airport will receive his name, while other proposals celebrating Meri’s memory have been left aside for now.
The Lithuanian resorts of Druskininkai, Birstonas and Palanga have become centres of attraction not only in summer. The number of tourists there keeps rising during weekends once the season is over.
Riga, March 14. The Latvian airline airBaltic carried 143,572 passengers in February 2008, or 50% more than in the same month in 2007, when airBaltic transported 95,662 passengers.
Tallink's new cruise ship the Baltic Princess will be one of the biggest on the Baltic Sea. The launch ceremony has taken place at the Aker Yards in Helsinki.
Tour operator Novaturas is starting the sale of flight tickets in the directions it is organising its holiday trips.