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Latvian airline airBaltic has surpassed the network that it was operating before the pandemic.

It now offers 90 routes from the Baltics around Europe.  The airline serves destinations across 30 different countries ranging from the United Arab Emirates to the United Kingdom and Southern Spain, with these routes. In addition, the airline also has another 24 codeshare options with partners such as Lufthansa.

airBaltic CEO Martin Gauss said, “To maintain essential connectivity and address the leisure demand, this summer we launched a selection of new sunny destinations. At the same time, we continue to connect Riga, Tallinn and Vilnius with major European business centers and transit hubs.”

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