The Latvian airline Air Baltic plans to fly on the Riga-Tivat route from May 4 to October 28, 2023.
The company will operate flights every Thursday and Sunday, and the flight on this route lasts 2 hours and 40 minutes.
The Airbus A220-300 plane that will operate on this route is often called “the future of aviation”. In addition to high ratings in terms of range and performance, another characteristic of the aircraft is a very low noise level, which is exactly what a city airport like Tivat needs.
By using the best practices of traditional airlines and low-cost carriers, Air Baltic has achieved that ticket prices are competitive not only with other airlines, but also with the prices of traveling by bus, car, train or ferry in Scandinavia. That’s all the more reason to expect full planes of guests next flight.
Air Baltic has 97.97% shares owned by the Latvian state and from 2008 until today, it has made Riga a serious hub for lines connecting Europe, Scandinavia, part of Asia and the Middle East, local media reports.