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airBaltic opens Tampere-Amsterdam flight on 1 June

Published : 22 Apr 2022, 22:03

  DF Report

Photo: airBaltic.

Latvian airline airBaltic on Friday announced its planning to launch new scheduled flights between Tampere, Finland and Amsterdam, Netherlands on 1 June, said the airline in a press release.

airBaltic has scheduled to connect both cities with two weekly flights.

“We aim to provide the best travel opportunities and connectivity with new destinations for our Finnish passengers. Therefore, we are excited to add the eight destination from Tampere to one of the busiest European hubs,” Martin Gauss, Chief Executive of airBaltic said.

Flights between Tampere and Amsterdam will be operated by the Airbus A220-300 aircraft.

A complete schedule of airBaltic flights and tickets for the new destinations are available on the website of the airline.

Starting from May 2022, airBaltic will perform direct flights from Tampere to Oslo (Norway) and

Copenhagen (Denmark), Frankfurt and Munich (both Germany) as well as sunny leisure destinations Malaga (Spain) and Rhodes (Greece) in addition to continuing flights to Riga (Latvia).

In December, 2021, airBaltic announced to establish a new base at Tampere-Pirkkala Airport.