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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Friday, 19.04.2019, 00:11

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Estonia's Bolt starts business in St. Petersburg

Estonia's Bolt starts business in St. Petersburg

18.04.2019

The Tallinn-based ride-sharing platform Bolt launched business in the Russian city of St. Petersburg on Thursday, informed LETA/BNS.

Keyword tags: Estonia, Good for Business, Russia, Tourism, Transport



Lithuanian airports see their passenger, cargo volumes rise this year

Lithuanian airports see their passenger, cargo volumes rise this year

17.04.2019

Lithuania's state run airport operator Lietuvos Oro Uostai (Lithuanian Airports) serviced 13,400 flights and over 1.32 mln passengers in the first quarter, up 3% and 7% respectively from the same period last year, informed LETA/BNS.

Operator of Tallinn-St Petersburg bus line keen to launch route to Kiev

Operator of Tallinn-St Petersburg bus line keen to launch route to Kiev

17.04.2019

The company Baltic Shuttle which at present operates a regular bus service between Tallinn and St. Petersburg wishes to launch a daily Tallinn-Kiev-Tallinn bus service with partners, informed LETA/BNS.


Estonian Consumer Disputes Committee removes SmartLynx form blacklist

Estonian Consumer Disputes Committee removes SmartLynx form blacklist

16.04.2019

The Estonian Consumer Disputes Committee has removed the low-cost carrier SmartLynx from its blacklist after the company paid out a compensation to a passenger, informed LETA/BNS.

Tartu County Tourism Foundation developing St. Petersburg-Riga tourism route

Tartu County Tourism Foundation developing St. Petersburg-Riga tourism route

16.04.2019

A tourism project called Via Hanseatica Plus initiated by the Tartu County Tourism Foundation is to focus in the coming two years on expanding the St. Petersburg-Riga route towards Rakvere in North Estonia and the southern town of Viljandi, as well as to the Russian towns of Vyborg and Pskov, reported LETA/BNS.


16.04.2019

airBaltic sees 12.1% increase in passenger numbers in Q1

Latvian airline airBaltic during the first three months of 2019 has transported 818 129 passengers or 12% more than last year to its network spanning Europe, Scandinavia, Russia, CIS and the Middle East, the airline informed BC.

15.04.2019

Lithuania's Novaturas turnover up 12% to EUR 28.8 mln this year

Novaturas, one of the largest tour operators in the Baltic states, posted 28.8 mln euros in revenue in January-March of this year, up 12% from the same period last year, reported LETA/BNS.

11.04.2019

Bolt launches operation in Sweden

Bolt, the ride-hailing company from Estonia previously known as Taxify, has launched operation in the Swedish capital, reported LETA/BNS.

10.04.2019

Tallinn Airport planning large terminal expansion by 2035

The Estonian state-owned airport company Tallinn Airport is planning to raise the capacity of its passenger terminal to 8 mдn passengers a year by 2035, while the airport is planning a real traffic of 6 mдn people by that time, reported LETA/BNS.

08.04.2019

In February, the number of tourists in accommodation establishments increased in Estonia

According to Statistics Estonia, in February 2019, domestic and foreign tourists who stayed in accommodation establishments numbered 219,000, which is 4% more than in February 2018. The number of domestic tourists increased and the number of foreign tourists decreased.

05.04.2019

airBaltic to fly to Iceland three times a week

Latvian airline airBaltic will increase the frequency on Riga–Reykjavik route offering three weekly flights, BC learned from the airline.

04.04.2019

Tallink has carried more than 7.6 mln passengers between Riga and Stockholm in 13 years

Estonian ferry operator Tallink Grupp in early April marks the 13th anniversary of the Riga-Stockholm route and reported that it has carried more than 7.6 passengers on the route in these years, LETA learned from the company.

03.04.2019

Riga Airport offers record large number of destinations in summer

Riga Airport starts summer season during which the Airport will offer its passengers record large network – 106 direct destination, the airport reported.

02.04.2019

Tallinn Airport schedule to be supplemented with 11 direct destinations in April

In April, non-stop service to 11 new destinations from Tallinn Airport will be launched, while the total number of destinations serviced in the summer months will be 37, the state-owned airport company said.

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