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airBaltic ties up with CityDiscovery to offer tours and transfers on flight website

Sightseeing tours and ground transportation possibilities now on sale at, boosting the airline's travel store line-up and setting up's presence in the Baltic market.
Leading Baltic airline, airBaltic is partnering with CityDiscovery, an online travel specialist, to sell more than 6,000 travel activities and 700 airport transfers on their flight website.

Established in 1995, airBaltic serves 60 destinations from its home base in Riga, Latvia with a network spanning Europe, Scandinavia, Russia, CIS and the Middle East. In addition to opening new routes,  airBaltic is globally recognized as a leader in airline innovation. The Latvian national airline as focused on improving their online and mobile services to ensure passenger convenience and flexibility. Adding an extensive product catalogue of tours and transfers with the best price guarantee is airBaltic's latest step in that direction.

"By offering passengers the possibility to browse and book travel activities and airport transfers directly from the flight website, airBaltic proves their commitment to customer care." Emmanuel Issaurat, president of CityDiscovery said. "In just a few clicks, airBaltic passengers can easily plan for their trips in the comfort of their homes or through their mobile devices."

With CityDiscovery's best price guarantee, passengers are assured that they are shopping for tours and transfers with low, unbeatable rates without hidden fees and surcharges. Aside from competitive rates, passengers save more with exclusively discounted activities. By booking early, they secure coveted spots to top attractions around the world, thereby saving time and money.

CityDiscovery's activities go in and out of the city, ranging from priority tickets to top attractions like the London Eye, the Vatican Museums and the Eiffel Tower, city orientation tours around Riga, Vilnius and Moscow, organized holidays from Barcelona and Istanbul and more carefully selected travel experiences in over 400 destinations. "Our selections appeal to just about any traveler from first-time excursionists to seasoned globetrotters" Issaurat said.

On top of that, airBaltic passengers can arrange for a hassle-free private or shared transportation to and from major airports, ports and train stations worldwide, along with their airBaltic flight.

The agreement also paves the way for CityDiscovery in the Scandinavian, Baltic and Russian market. Issaurat explained, "We are very excited and privileged that airBaltic has chosen CityDiscovery as its sightseeing and ground transportation affiliate. The partnership opens doors for us in the Eastern Europe market. Latvia particularly is an attractive destination with a rich cultural and historical heritage and diverse recreational resources. It is also a springboard to Europe owing to its location at the center of the Baltic States. We are looking to strengthen and develop our position further in this market by partnering with airBaltic."

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