airBaltic Opens Regional Office in Liepaja2008-03-04
Bertolt Flick, President and CEO of airBaltic, comments: “We now see that our domestic flights to Liepaja and the fact that the Liepaja airport is now listed on international aviation maps because of flights from it to Hamburg and Copenhagen – these are very important initiatives which have promoted growth not just in Liepaja and its immediate environs, but also in a significant part of Lithuania. By opening an office in Liepaja, we are offering our clients in Kurzeme and North-west Lithuania another way of receiving airBaltic services.”
airBaltic opened a regional office in Daugavpils in November of last year, and early in February of this year, the airline’s second sales and consultation office was opened at the Reval Hotel Latvija hotel in Riga.
airBaltic regional offices provide information about services, sell air tickets, change the names of passengers, the dates of flights and the routes that are flown, accept payments for checked-in baggage transport, provide services related to the Eurobonus programme, and sell prepaid airBalticcard Mobile mobile telephone cards, as well as the airline’s souvenirs.
airBaltic in brief:
AIR BALTIC CORPORATION (airBaltic) is a joint-stock company established in 1995. Main shareholders: the state of Latvia 52.6% of stocks, SAS AB – 47.2% of stocks. airBaltic fleet consists of twenty one aircraft: ten Boeing 737 – 500, three Boeing 737-300 and eight Fokker 50. airBaltic offers direct flights out of two capital cities of the Baltic States - Riga and Vilnius, and offers direct flights between Kaliningrad and Copenhagen, Liepaja and Hamburg, and Liepaja and Copenhagen.
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