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airBaltic opens new route to Domodedovo Airport in Moscow

Alla Petrova, BC, Riga, 06.10.2010.Print version
In the winter season, Latvian national airline airBaltic will add a new route from Riga to to the Domodedovo Airport in Moscow, to supplement the existing Riga-Moscow Sheremetyevo service. The new route of airBaltic will offer excellent transit connections via North Hub Riga to /from more than 80 destinations in Northern Europe, Western Europe and the Middle East, informed BC Janis Vanags, vice president of corporate communications at airBaltic.

Tero Taskila, Chief Commercial Officer: “After the new airBaltic route is opened, there will be up to six daily flights on the Riga – Moscow route.”

 

New routes (from North Hub Riga)

 

Days of operation

 

Starting date

Price (including taxes, fees and service charges)*

 

Riga – Moscow, Domodedovo (Russia)

 

 

2, 4, 5

 

December 2

 

EUR 77

The lowest available fare at www.airbaltic.com.

 

airBaltic will fly from Riga to Moscow Domodedovo three times a week – Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. Passengers will board a Boeing 737 aircraft for a flight that will last for 1 hour and 40 minutes. One-way ticket prices will start at EUR 77, including airport fees and transaction costs. A full schedule of flights is available on the company’s homepage – www.airbaltic.com.

 

In Russia, airBaltic achieved 70% passenger growth during the first six months of 2010 in comparison to the same period in the previous year.  In Russia, airBaltic offers flights to/from Moscow, St Petersburg, Archangelsk and Kaliningrad.

 

airBaltic has been selected for anna.aero ANNIES award as the Europe's largest flag carrier by new routes, operating this summer 27 routes more than in 2009. airBaltic serves 80 destinations from its home base at Riga, Latvia. From every one of these, airBaltic offers convenient connections via North Hub Riga to its network spanning Europe, Scandinavia, Russia, CIS and the Middle East.

 






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