Summer 2022: Air Baltic is expanding its presence in Germany

Airbus A220-300 (Photo: Air Baltic).
Airbus A220-300 (Photo: Air Baltic).

Summer 2022: Air Baltic is expanding its presence in Germany

Airbus A220-300 (Photo: Air Baltic).
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The Latvian airline Air Baltic is increasing its presence on the German market in the 2022 summer flight schedule. From the new base in Tampere (Finland), the destinations Frankfurt am Main and Munich will be headed for from May 2022.

From May 3, 2022, Vilnius will fly to Hamburg three times a week. The carrier currently connects six cities in Germany with the Baltic capitals – Riga (from Berlin, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Munich and Stuttgart), Tallinn (from Berlin and Munich), Vilnius (from Berlin and Munich).

“As one of the three capitals of the Baltic States, Vilnius is a vibrant and diverse city that offers a wide variety of activities and experiences. We are pleased to expand our offer for our German travelers and now already connect Hamburg with two destinations in the Baltic States - Riga and Vilnius," explains company boss Martin Gauss.

Air Baltic has a total of seven Airbus A220-300s in wet lease operation on behalf of the Lufthansa Group in the 2022 summer flight schedule. Five machines of this type will be Fly from Dusseldorf for Eurowings and two more from Munich for Eurowings Discover.

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