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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Wednesday, 01.04.2020, 23:09

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Covid-19: 60 non-flying planes find refuge at Lithuanian airports

Covid-19: 60 non-flying planes find refuge at Lithuanian airports

01.04.2020

As many countries across the world have closed their borders and suspended flights, air companies have started looking for places to leave their planes safely. There are now 60 such planes at Lithuanian airports, mainly in Vilnius. informed LETA/BNS.

Keyword tags: Airport, Covid-19, Crisis, Lithuania, Transport



Not all airlines will resume work after travel restrictions lifted - Gauss

Not all airlines will resume work after travel restrictions lifted - Gauss

01.04.2020

Due to the travel restrictions introduced around the world to help battle the spread of Covid-19, there will be some airlines that will not resume their work when these restrictions are lifted, the CEO of Latvian airline airBaltic Martin Gauss told LETA.

Covid-19 Latvia: Passenger transportation in the regions has reduced by between 50 to 60%

Covid-19 Latvia: Passenger transportation in the regions has reduced by between 50 to 60%

01.04.2020

Since the state of emergency was declared in the country, passenger transportation in the regions has reduced y between 50 to 60% Minister of Transport Talis Linkaits (New Conservative Party) told LETA.


Covid-19: Finnish govt fails to agree on when travel ban will start

Covid-19: Finnish govt fails to agree on when travel ban will start

01.04.2020

The Finnish government has informed about new restrictions for passenger traffic on the ferries plying cargo routes between Finland and Estonia and Finland and Sweden, but it failed on Tuesday to agree about the time when the information reported LETA/BNS.

airBaltic to fly with reduced fleet after Covid-19 crisis and only with Airbus aircraft

airBaltic to fly with reduced fleet after Covid-19 crisis and only with Airbus aircraft

31.03.2020

In an interview with LETA, the chief executive officer of Latvian airline airBaltic Martin Gauss said that the airline will fly with a reduced fleet after the Covid-19 crisis and only with Airbus aircraft.


31.03.2020

Lithuania's GetJet Airline set to lay off 370 employees

Lithuania's wet-lease and charter services provider GetJet Airline has given lay-off notices to 370 employees, the Employment Service said LETA/BNS.

31.03.2020

One more LNG cargo booked at Klaipeda terminal for summer

An unnamed customer has booked 0.95 terawatt-hours (TWh) in additional regasification capacity, or approximately one large gas carrier, at the Klaipeda liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal, informe LETA/BNS.

30.03.2020

Traffic intensity on Latvia's roads down 19% during state of emergency

Traffic intensity on Latvia's main highways has fallen by 19 percent since the state of emergency has been declared over the Covid-19 crisis, LETA was told at the press office of Latvijas Valsts Celi (LVC) state-road manager.

29.03.2020

ForMin: Very few options left for returning to Estonia

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs urges anyone who is abroad temporarily and needs to come home to use the few available options to return to Estonia over the weekend and at the start of next week, reported LETA/BNS.

29.03.2020

airBaltic plane arrives in Riga overnight with 900,000 face masks and 80,000 respirators from China

At the National Health Service's request, Latvia's airBaltic carrier brought around one million face masks and respirators from China overnight, the airline's spokeswoman Alise Briede told BC.

27.03.2020

airBaltic flight to bring around 1 million face masks and respirators from China

At the National Health Service's request, Latvia's airBaltic carrier will bring around one million face masks and respirators from China, the airline's spokeswoman Alise Briede told LETA.

27.03.2020

No more regular repatriation flights planned after March 27 - Foreign Ministry

No more regular repatriation flights are being planned after March 27 unless there are some unexpected situations, Foreign Ministry press secretary Janis Bekeris told LETA.

27.03.2020

Cargo handling at Riga port has not yet been affected by state of emergency

he state of emergency so far has not seriously affected cargo handling at the Riga port - in the past two weeks 119 vessels have been handled, reloading 908,000 tons of different cargos, said Riga Freeport Administration representative Liene Ozola told.

26.03.2020

airBaltic to conduct final repatriation flight from Frankfurt to Riga on March 30 - Foreign Ministry

As the Covid-19 disease has spread, the Latvian Foreign Ministry has been warning, in a timely and systematic manner, about difficulties travelers can expect abroad and about additional security measures introduced by various countries, LETA learned from the ministry.

26.03.2020

airBaltic flight sponsored by individual to bring 40 Latvian, Lithuanian nationals home from Ukraine

The Foreign Ministry has responded to an offer of an individual to sponsor an airBaltic flight for bringing home Latvian and Lithuanian nationals from Ukraine, Foreign Ministry's spokesman Janis Bekeris told LETA.

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