Air Baltic plans Dubrovnik, Split and Rijeka service

Air Baltic, Latvia's national carrier, plans to operate to three Croatian airports in this upcoming summer season.

Photo: Air Baltic

In the upcoming summer flight schedule, the Latvian national airline plans to connect the Baltic with three leisure destinations in Croatia. In total, it will offer slightly more weekly operations to Croatia than was the case in the previous year.


Two routes to Dubrovnik

Direct flights between Riga and Dubrovnik are available from May 1st. The company will operate on this route twice a week, on Thursdays and Saturdays, until the end of the season, October 30th. In total, over 15,000 seats will be available between Riga and Dubrovnik in both directions.

Dubrovnik will also be connected with Vilnius. The Vilnius - Dubrovnik route will operate from June 4th to October 29th, once a week. All Air Baltic routes to Croatia will be operated by A220-300 aircraft with a capacity of 145 seats. On this route Air Baltic will offer over 6,300 seats.

3 times per week to Split Airport

Air Baltic will re-establish the Riga - Split route. The start of traffic on this route is scheduled for May 3rd, twice a week, on Mondays and Fridays. From June 30th, third flight will be added, every Wednesday. In total, in the upcoming season, Air Baltic will have 60 return flights between Split and Riga, offering over 17,400 seats in both directions.

Riga - Rijeka route from July

Much later than in previous years, this carrier will establish traffic to Rijeka Airport. The Riga - Rijeka route will operate in the period from July 1st to October 4th, twice a week, on Mondays and Thursdays. During this period, Air Baltic will offer over 8,000 seats between Kvarner region and the capital of Latvia.

Routes to Croatia, photo: greatcirclemap.com

On all routes to Croatia, Air Baltic will operate with A220-300 aircraft with a capacity of 145 seats.