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  • Joe Breitfeller

airBaltic to Add Service to Malta, Yerevan and Baku for Summer 2022

airBaltic will launch new service from Riga to Malta, Yerevan (Armenia) and Baku (Azerbaijan) for summer 2022. The carrier will offer one weekly flight to Malta and two weekly flights to both Yerevan and Baku.


airBaltic Airbus A220-300 - Courtesy airBaltic

On Monday (February 21, 2022), airBaltic announced the launch of new service from Riga to Malta, Yerevan (Armenia) and Baku (Azerbaijan) for summer 2022. The airline will offer one weekly flight to Malta from April 30th and two weekly flights to both Yerevan and Baku starting May 1st, 2022.


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


“As the travel industry recovers, we are once again able to offer our passengers more travel opportunities. We hadn’t flown to Malta or Baku since 2019 and are excited to return. Before the pandemic, we had planned to launch flights to Yerevan, now we can offer flights to and from the Armenian capital.”


Established in 1995, Air Baltic Corporation SA (airBaltic) is a joint stock company with most of the equity (96.14%) held by the Latvian state and the remaining shares held by Lars Thuesen through his holding company Aircraft Leasing 1 SIA. 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 32 Airbus A220-300s.



Source: airBaltic