Coronavirus: airBaltic has suspended all flights since March 17, 2020
The Government of the Republic of Latvia has taken a tough decision on security measures in the fight with the new Coronavirus. Thus, from March 17, international air traffic will be suspended.
All airBaltic connections will be temporarily suspended from March 17 until April 14, 2020 inclusive. All airBaltic operations in Estonia and Lithuania will also be suspended.
airBaltic suspends all flights
"AirBaltic is working hard to help all passengers affected by this decision. It is a considerable volume of reservations and that is why we require the patience and understanding of the passengers to deal with this extraordinary situation ”, stated Martin Gauss.
All affected passengers will be contacted via email. AirBaltic customer service is full of calls and messages, so we recommend that you contact airBaltic only if your flight was initially scheduled for the following days.
airBaltic is the national company of Latvia. It has the main hub at Riga International Airport, but also 2 secondary hubs at Tallinn and Vilnius. It has a fleet of 38 aircraft and has an operational network of 80 destinations.