airBaltic plane breaks down in Tartu


Bus ordered by airBaltic drives passengers to Riga

airBaltic’s new Tartu-Riga route, which opened just last Friday, has hit its first bit of turbulence. The route’s Fokker aircraft, which was supposed to leave Tartu at 05:45, did not make it into the air. "The plane was not in technical order," reported Tartu Airport’s ground service director Rein Roos. Fifteen people were registered for the flight, 12 of whom were keen to make the journey to Riga as quickly as possible, said Roos. A bus ordered by airBaltic drove them to their destination.

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