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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Thursday, 04.06.2020, 08:43

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Tallink to lay off nearly 200 workers in Estonia

Tallink to lay off nearly 200 workers in Estonia

03.06.2020

The listed Estonian shipper Tallink Grupp is to lay off up to 190 employees in Estonia, the redundancies mainly concern service personnel on Tallink vessels, informed LETA/BNS.

Keyword tags: Employment, Estonia, Markets and Companies, Port, Transport



Lithuanian govt gives nod to relaunch flights to France, Denmark, Finland

Lithuanian govt gives nod to relaunch flights to France, Denmark, Finland

03.06.2020

On 3 June, the Lithuanian Government approved the proposal by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to resume scheduled flights to Paris, Copenhagen, Billund, Nice, and Turku.

Avia Solutions Group is selling Baltic Ground Services Poland

Avia Solutions Group is selling Baltic Ground Services Poland

03.06.2020

Avia Solutions Group, the largest aerospace business group from Central & Eastern Europe, has come to a decision to sell Baltic Ground Services Poland, a subsidiary of the group’s family member, Baltic Ground Services (BGS), informed Avia Solutions Group`s representative.


Mestilla invests 6M EUR in used cooking oil processing project in Klaipeda

Mestilla invests 6M EUR in used cooking oil processing project in Klaipeda

03.06.2020

Mestilla, a biodiesel manufacturer operating in the Klaipeda Free Economic Zone, plans to start making biofuel out of used cooking oil (UCO) collected in Lithuania, starting by the end of 2021. This is the company’s way to contribute towards a cleaner environment, circular economy, and the reduction of imported fossil fuel dependency. Around 6 mln EUR will be invested in the project.

Riga Airport posts EUR 704,000 in losses in Q1

Riga Airport posts EUR 704,000 in losses in Q1

03.06.2020

The turnover of Riga International Airport in the first three months of 2020 was EUR 12.64 million, which is 10.2% less than in the corresponding period of 2019, the airport reports for LETA.


03.06.2020

Latvian professor: resumption of migration is a responsible and difficult moment for epidemiologists

The resumption of international migration and the abolition of the self-quarantine requirements for residents of countries with low Covid-19 incidence will be a responsible and difficult moment for epidemiologists, Professor Girts Brigis, head of the Department of Public Health and Epidemiology at Riga Stradins University, told LETA.

03.06.2020

Bolt restarts electric scooter rent in Riga

Bolt transport platform is offering electric scooter rent in Riga for the second summer in a row, providing several hundred electric scooters for rent in the city, the company's spokeswoman Krista Bulderbega infomed LETA.

02.06.2020

Police release Latvian businessman Ivanovs

The State Police on Tuesday released businessman Igors Ivanovs who had been arrested as a suspect in the criminal case on organization of an alleged murder of lawyer Alla Jurasa. Ivanovs' lawyer Janis Davidovics told LETA that restrictive measures unrelated with deprivation of liberty have been imposed on him.

02.06.2020

Riga Airport services 3 times more passengers in May than in April

This past May 2020, Riga International Airport serviced a total of 10,308 passengers, which was a three-fold increase on the previous month, the airport's spokeswoman Laura Kulakova told LETA.

02.06.2020

EUR 600 mln redistributed among Latvian ministries

The Cabinet of Ministers on June 2nd in Latvia decided to redistribute EUR 600 million for different initiatives of ministries, including 103.2 million to be allocated for health care infrastructure projects, informs LETA.

02.06.2020

In Q1, freight transport by road reduced by 1.3% in Latvia

Data of the Central Statistical Bureau show that, compared to the 1st quarter of 2019, in the 1st quarter of 2020 freight transport by road reduced by 1.3%.

02.06.2020

Train passenger figures in Estonia down 4-fold in April y-o-y

Altogether 167,000 passengers in Estonia used the train for transport in April 2020, which is four times less than in the same month the year before, when the number of passengers totaled 708,500, informs LETA/BNS.

02.06.2020

European Investment Bank to lend Estonian Railways EUR 95 mln

The European Investment Bank (EIB) has signed a 95 million euro, 25-year tenor, loan agreement with the Estonian national railway company Estonian Railways, informs LETA/BNS.

02.06.2020

New passenger operators will be able to begin regional routes in June 2021 in Latvia

New passenger carriers could start working on regional bus routes in June of next year, the Minister of Transport Talis Linkaits (New Conservative Party) predicted in an interview with the Latvian Television morning news program Rita Panorama on JUne 2nd, reports LETA.

02.06.2020

Tallink to reroute its vessel Isabelle to operate on Paldiski-Kapellskar route from June 7

Listed Estonian shipper Tallink Grupp announced on Monday that it will reroute its vessel Isabelle, which used to run on the Riga-Stockholm route, to operate on the Paldiski-Kapellskar route from Sunday, June 7, until the end of August 2020, informed LETA/BNS.

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