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Published on : Monday, May 25, 2015
Riga. The Latvian airline airBaltic will improve connections between Riga and Poprad, Slovakia, by doubling flight frequency. Also airBaltic will launch a new direct route from Warsaw, Poland, linking the city with Poprad, Slovakia. This will offer convenient connections between the cities and beyond to destinations in the Baltic region, Scandinavia, Russia and the CIS countries.
Martin Sedlacky, Board Member of airBaltic: “For me as a Slovak national working for airBaltic, it is a very good feeling to see that the leaders of Slovakia and Latvia understand the importance of connecting the regions. airBaltic will again bring more tourists to Poprad-Tatra in the upcoming season and also offer convenient travel to Baltics, Nordics and Russia with two weekly flights. Travelers will also be able to enjoy convenient connections to worldwide destinations from Poprad via Warsaw.
Seats are already on sale starting at 29 EUR one way.’’
As previously informed, on the 13th of December, 2014 airBaltic launched a new direct route linking Riga and Poprad, Slovakia. Starting December 15, 2015, airBaltic will double the flight frequency from Riga to Poprad and will launch a new direct route linking Warsaw with Poprad. This will offer convenient connections between the two cities and beyond to destinations in the Baltic region, Scandinavia, Russia and the CIS countries.
airBaltic passengers will board a Boeing 737-300 aircraft for a flight that from Riga to Poprad will last 1 hour 40 minutes, but from Warsaw to Poprad – 1 hour and 5 minutes.
The price of a one-way ticket for both destinations starts at EUR 29, including free ski equipment, airport fees and transaction costs.
airBaltic serves over 60 destinations from its home base in Riga, Latvia. From every one of these locations, airBaltic offers convenient connections via Riga to its network spanning Europe, Scandinavia, Russia, CIS and the Middle East. In addition, airBaltic also offers new direct flights from Tallinn, Vilnius, and also from the Baltic seaside resort of Heringsdorf.