airBaltic to launch direct flights to Dubai and Amsterdam this week


airBaltic will fly to Dubai twice a week, on Mondays and Fridays. The flight will be offered on a Boeing 757-200 airplane and will last 6 hours and 15 minutes. One-way tickets will start at LVL 139, including airport fees and transaction costs.

airBaltic will fly to Amsterdam every day. The flight will be offered on a Boeing 737-500 airplane and will last 2 hours and 20 minutes. One-way tickets will start at LVL 38, including airport fees and transaction costs. Information about flight schedule can be found on the company’s Internet page www.airbaltic.com.

Dubai is known as the pearl of the Persian Gulf, the golden city of the Middle East, and the capital city for fashion. Twin towers, pyramid-shaped shopping centres and hotels – these are just a few of the architectural masterpieces which can be seen in Dubai. The city also attracts attention with vast real estate projects, a well-developed tourism industry, large beaches, and active and elegant nightlife.

Amsterdam is not just the capital city of the Netherlands, but also the fifth largest tourist destination in Europe. The city attracts approximately 4.2 million foreign visitors a year. Amsterdam is a bohemian city with bicycles and boating on the city’s canals. These are popular ways of learning about the city. Amsterdam can be called a Mecca for lovers of culture, as it is home to several globally known museums.

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 six aircraft: ten Boeing 737 – 500, six Boeing 737-300, two Boeing 757-200 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.


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