airBaltic to launch Split service


Latvia's national carrier airBaltic will launch new seasonal summer flights from its base in Riga to Split next summer season. Services will operate twice per week, each Monday and Friday, starting May 21, 2018. "We are delighted to share the first glimpse of how our 2018 is going to look, by announcing a wider selection of destinations that our customers have demanded for the next summer. Network expansion is a key part of our 'Horizon 2021' business plan that enables us to further improve connections between the Baltic region and the rest of the world”, airBaltic's Senior Vice President for Network Management, Wolfgang Reuss, said. Services to Split will run with the airline's new 145-seat Bombardier CS300 aircraft. airBaltic is the launch customer of the type. Further flight details can be found here.


  1. Anonymous13:38

    They could even introduce service to ZAG.

    1. Anonymous15:13

      What for?

    2. Business. Capital city to capital city. Tourism. Baltic countries have very high standard of living, the highest of all post-communist countries and they are very interested in Croatia. Not only the coastline. In fact, they're interested in most of Balkans. They travel more and more, and tend to spend a lot. Way more than central Europeans, for instance.

    3. Anonymous13:34

      Very high standard? Are you serious?

      Try competing with LO on those routes.

    4. Anonymous12:41

      Estonia is a relatively wealthy country. Latvia and Lithuania...not so much.

  2. Anonymous14:01

    Split will definetely handle more than 3 Mio Pax next year!

  3. Anonymous20:15

    Hopefully they will keep Dubrovnik and Rijeka also.


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