Published on : Tuesday, July 6, 2021
airBaltic recently launched new scheduled flights between Manchester and Riga, Latvia. The Latvian airline now connects both cities with two weekly flights. Flights between Manchester and Riga are operated by the Airbus A220-300 aircraft. In addition to the new route, airBaltic also continues to offer three convenient and safe connections between United Kingdom and Riga – London, Aberdeen and Edinburgh.
Martin Gauss, Chief Executive, airBaltic said in a statement that Riga is a dynamic city and the key business centre of the Baltic states and has a lot to offer to both business and leisure travellers. He mentioned that it is also a very convenient transfer point with excellent connections within our wide route network.
He that the expanding 2021 route map reflects the demand for destinations after the reopening of more countries for travellers. Karen Smart, Managing Director, Manchester Airport added it is great to see airBaltic commence flights to Riga from Manchester Airport and the route will offer great access to Eastern Europe and beyond for both leisure and business travellers alike as and when travel restrictions continue to ease.