airBaltic strengthens partnership with Rossiya


The Latvian airline airBaltic has strengthened its partnership with the Russian airline Rossiya with a new cooperation agreement. Rossiya passengers can now benefit from better access to airBaltic routes, while airBaltic customers will be able to reach a greater number of destinations in Russia – those that are served by its partner. The improved code-share partnership between the two airlines applies to airBaltic routes between St Petersburg and Riga, Riga and Kaliningrad, and Kaliningrad and Copenhagen. This means that Rossiya passengers will have better conditions to buy tickets for their travel. airBaltic passengers, for their part, can take advantage of special prices on flights from Riga to St Petersburg and then on to more than 30 destinations in Russia and the CIS which are served by Rossiya. These include cities such as Yekaterinburg, Mineralnye Vody, Rostov, Samara and Ufa.


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