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airBaltic to introduce new ticket types in July

BC, Riga, 29.05.2020.Print version
In July 2020, Latvian airline airBaltic will introduce revised ticket types for its flights, LETA learned from the airline.

Passengers will be able to select Green, Green Plus, Green Classic or Business class tickets tailored to better suit each traveler’s needs.


“We are continuing to revise our business model and adjust to the new reality, where offering our passengers increased flexibility for their travel plans is important to feel more confident when purchasing a ticket. We are constantly revising and improving all dimensions of our products and provide a service that addresses the needs of our clients,” said Martin Gauss, CEO of airBaltic.


airBaltic has improved the flexibility of Green and Green Classic tickets that are known currently as Basic and Premium ticket types. Following passenger demand, airBaltic will introduce a new Green Plus ticket type primarily suited for those in search for the most affordable prices, but who also require a checked baggage, which is included in the reservation.


Business ticket offer will remain with all the benefits known before, including premium services at the airport, lounges, on-board meals and drinks, full flexibility and premium services throughout the journey.


In addition, to ease the traveling experience of our passengers, we are reducing our checked baggage prices on the majority of our routes by up to 25%.


For passengers already holding purchased reservations, the new improved rules of the relevant ticket type will be applied.


airBaltic, registered in 1995, has a share capital of EUR 256.473 million, according to information available at Firmas.lv. According to preliminary figures, airBaltic turned over EUR 508.955 million and suffered a EUR 7.7 million loss in 2019.


The Latvian state currently owns 80 percent in airBaltic, and a 20 percent stake in the airline belongs to Aircraft Leasing 1, a company owned by Danish businessman Lars Thuesen.






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