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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Monday, 25.03.2019, 00:19

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Estonian shipper Tallink's Isabelle ferry to be renovated in Finland

Estonian shipper Tallink's Isabelle ferry to be renovated in Finland

22.03.2019

Estonian shipper Tallink’s Isabelle cruise ship that has been running between Riga and Stockholm will be renovated in Finland's Naantali shipyard, Tallink Latvija sales and marketing director Baiba Muceniece said.

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Bolt to roll out food delivery service in Estonia, Finland, South Africa

Bolt to roll out food delivery service in Estonia, Finland, South Africa

21.03.2019

Bolt, the ride-hailing company from Estonia previously known as Taxify, will start offering a food delivery service shortly, launching it first in Estonia, Finland and South Africa, reported LETA/BNS.

Austrian airline Laudamotion to launch direct flights between Riga and Vienna in October

Austrian airline Laudamotion to launch direct flights between Riga and Vienna in October

21.03.2019

Austrian low-fare airline Laudamotion will launch direct flights between Riga and Vienna in October, Riga International Airport informed BC.


Laudamotion to launch flights from Vilnius to Vienna

Laudamotion to launch flights from Vilnius to Vienna

20.03.2019

Austria's budget carrier Laudamotion is set to launch regular flights between Vilnius and Vienna next October, Lietuvos Oro Uostai (Lithuanian Airports, or LOU) said LETA/BNS.

airBaltic carried 34% more passengers on Estonian routes in 2 months

airBaltic carried 34% more passengers on Estonian routes in 2 months

19.03.2019

The state-owned Latvian airline airBaltic carried over 70,000 passengers on direct flights departing from Tallinn during the first two months of 2019, 34% more than in January and February 2018, informed aircompany.


18.03.2019

airBaltic carries 14% more passengers in-February

Latvian airline airBaltic in February 2019 has transported 245 349 passengers or 14% more than last year to its network spanning Europe, Scandinavia, Russia, CIS and the Middle East.

14.03.2019

airBaltic to start flying between Tallinn, Salzburg

The Latvian state-owned airline airBaltic is about to start flying from Tallinn to Salzburg in Austria from December, informed airBaltic.

13.03.2019

Rail Baltic will provide a fast rail connection between the Baltic capitals every two hours

In accordance with the operational plan of the Rail Baltic railway details of which were published on Tuesday, high-speed trains from Tallinn to Warsaw and from Tallinn to Vilnius are estimated to run four times per day once the line is launched and up to six times per day within 10 years of operations, the Rail Baltic joint venture RB Rail AS said BC.

13.03.2019

Boeing 737 MAX 8 banned from taking off in Vilnius

A Boeing 737 MAX 8, banned across the EU, could not take off for a flight to Madeira from Vilnius on Tuesday, informed LETA/BNS.

12.03.2019

Lithuanian Autolux becomes Hertz representative for Baltics

The Lithuanian company Autolux has become the representative of the global car rental network Hertz for the Baltic states and has secured funding for 6 million euros from Luminor for expansion in Lithuania and Latvia, the bank said on LETA/BNS.

11.03.2019

Mogotel to run Days Hotel Riga VEF

Baltic hotel operator Mogotel will run also Days Hotel Riga VEF that will be renamed to Rija VEF Hotel, Mogotel’s representative Kristine Junkure told LETA.

11.03.2019

Estonian Railways mulling creation of Tartu-St. Petersburg, Tartu-Moscow train routes

In addition to launching a Tallinn-Kiev passenger train route through Tartu, the state-owned Estonian railway infrastructure company Estonian Railways is also considering creating a train link between South Estonia and Russia, informed LETA/BNS.

07.03.2019

In January, the number of tourists in accommodation establishments increased

According to Statistics Estonia, in January 2019, domestic and foreign tourists who stayed in accommodation establishments numbered 208,000, which is 1% more than in January 2018. Compared to January 2018, the number of domestic tourists increased and the number of foreign tourists decreased.

07.03.2019

Baltic Sea Region cruise ports commit to reducing negative ecological impacts

On Thursday, the representatives of ports and cruise companies of the Baltic Sea and North Sea meeting in Tallinn handed over to the public and all stakeholders the Green Cruise Port Action Plan 2030, that sets out an overall vision to decouple growth from negative sustainability of the cruise industry.

07.03.2019

Taxify changes its name to Bolt

The Estonian taxi hailing platform Taxify has rebranded itself as Bolt and is using the new name starting from Thursday in all its operations around the world as the company seeks to develop from a taxi service to a broader provider of public transport services, informed LETA/BNS.

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