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  • Joe Breitfeller

airBaltic Starts Service Between Tampere and Amsterdam

airBaltic has launched new twice-weekly service between Tampere, Finland and Amsterdam. The carrier offers direct serviced from Tampere to Oslo, Copenhagen, Frankfurt, Munich, Malaga and Rhodes, along with continuing service to Riga.


airBaltic Airbus A220-300 - Courtesy airBaltic

On Thursday (June 2, 2022), airBaltic announced the launch of new twice-weekly service between Tampere, Finland and Amsterdam. The carrier also offers direct service from Tampere to Oslo, Copenhagen, Munich, Malaga, and Rhodes, as well as continuing service to Riga, Latvia. airBaltic continues to offer the best connectivity to and from Riga, Tallinn, Vilnius and Tampere, with connections to the leading European business centers and transit hubs.


airBaltic's Tampere-Amsterdam Schedule - Courtesy airBaltic

In Thursday’s announcment, airBaltic’s Chief Executive Officer, Martin Gauss, said,


“We opened our Tampere base a month ago, and now continue to improve the connectivity provided to and from this dynamic city. So far the demand from Finnish passengers has met our expectations.”


Established in 1995, Air Baltic Corporation SA (airBaltic) is a joint stock company with most of the equity (97.03%) held by the Latvian state and the remaining 2.97 percent held by other shareholders. The airline Group also includes Air Baltic Training SIA, Loyalty Services SIA, Baltijas Kravu Centrs SIA and Crew Resources AS. One of the most punctual carriers in the world, the airline connects the Baltic region to over 70 destinations in Europe, the Middle East, and the CIS with a fleet of 36 Airbus A220-300s.



Source: airBaltic