AirBaltic announced yesterday that from this week it will offer flights to as many as 37 destinations in Europe, including Dubrovnik and Split – Croatian Aviation reports.
According to the new flight schedule, AirBaltic will operate on the line Riga - Split from this Friday, September 18th, once a week until the end of the month. Direct flights on this line are announced even in October, also on Fridays, until October 23rd, when this line should stop operating for this year.
The same goes for the line Riga - Dubrovnik. The company made its last flight on August 20th, and canceled all flights after that date. But yesterday, September 14th, the connection between the two airports was re-established. Flights in the post-season should operate once a week, every Monday, until October 19th this year.
The Riga - Rijeka line is not in traffic, while the Vilnius - Dubrovnik line has been operating regularly during all this time. The last flight on this line has been announced for September 25th – Croatian Aviation writes, with hope that AirBaltic will not cancel flights in the post-season to Split and Dubrovnik, as was the case in late August and early September.