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airBaltic plans new European routes and extends its partnership with APG to Romania, Moldiva and Turkey

airBaltic will operate 4 weekly flights from Riga to Istanbul starting April 1, 2023. While Riga to Bucharest, Otopeni is planned from May 1, 2023 with 3 weekly frequencies.

airBaltic, the flag carrier of Latvia, with its Head Office based at Riga International Airport, has appointed APG as its online GSA in Romania, Moldova and Turkey. Under the agreement APG will be providing the airline with wide ranging sales activities, marketing support, reservation and ticketing services to support the launch of airBaltic’s new routes to Bucharest and Istanbul.

airBaltic will operate 4 weekly flights from Riga to Istanbul starting April 1, 2023. While Riga to Bucharest, Otopeni is planned from May 1, 2023 with 3 weekly frequencies. All flights will be operated by the most modern and environmentally friendly Airbus A220-300 aircraft.

airBaltic, currently serves over 70 routes with direct flights out of capitals of the Baltic States – Riga (Latvia), Vilnius (Lithuania) and Tallinn (Estonia) to multiple destinations spanning Europe, Scandinavia, CIS and the Middle East.

Martin Gauss, airBaltic President and CEO said: “This upcoming summer season, airBaltic will launch its highest-ever number of new routes – a total of 20 new routes from all of its bases in the Baltics and Finland. That being said, we are glad to extend our partnership with APG Network for further support in our new markets. We are looking forward to this collaboration being extended even further ahead of airBaltic’s ongoing network growth.”

“I am delighted to see that, following years of successful partnership in several markets, airBaltic continues to have confidence in APG and its services. I am confident that APG will deliver high quality service in Turkey, Moldova and Romania and give airBaltic full support for the successful launch of the new routes to Istanbul and Bucharest” added Sandrine de Saint Sauveur, APG CEO.

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