AirBaltic now connects 3 Baltic States via Munich Airport
AirBaltic has begun connecting the three Baltic States – Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia – with Munich Airport.
With effect from May 1, 2021, the carrier now offers 24 weekly commercial flights from Munich Airport (Terminal 2) to all three Baltic capitals (Riga, Vilnius and Tallinn).
With this new route deployment, operated via an Airbus A220-300 aircraft, AirBaltic now also offers quick connections via Munich Airport to destinations on the global Lufthansa/Star Alliance network.
Ulrich Theis, Director Traffic Development, Munich Airport, said: “We are delighted that AirBaltic is not only building airbridges between the Bavarian capital and the three capitals of Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia, but also bringing the Baltic citizens closer to the world with a five-star transfer experience at Munich’s Terminal 2.
“With this step, AirBaltic underlines its claim to be the airline of the Baltics,” Theis added.
Meanwhile, the biosafety of passengers and employees is a top priority at Munich Airport.
In addition to a mask mandate in effect in the passenger terminals, the airport’s other biosafety measures include mandatory social distancing and hygiene rules.
As of August 2020, Munich Airport connected 45 carriers with 140 destinations.
Destinations included 13 destinations in Germany, 18 destinations in Greece, 15 in Spain, 13 in Italy, nine in Turkey, seven in France, five in Croatia, four in Portugal, and three in Bulgaria.