Latvia’s flagship carrier, airBaltic, has reaffirmed its commitment to Cyprus by confirming its Riga-Larnaca flights will continue within its Summer 2018 schedule.
Currently, airBaltic flights are scheduled to depart Riga at 18:20, arriving into Larnaca at 22:10 each Saturday, and on Sunday departing from Larnaca at 12:25, arriving into Riga at 16:25.
— Cyprus Airports (@CyprusAeropolis) October 3, 2017
For Summer 2018, airBaltic flights are scheduled to leave from Riga at 23:00, arriving to Larnaca at 02:30 each Tuesday and Saturday, while on Sunday flights departing from Larnaca are scheduled to depart at 02:15, arriving into Riga at 06:50.
airBaltic’s flights between Riga and Larnaca will be operated with the carrier’s new 145-seat Bombardier CS300 aircraft.
— Alex Macheras (@AlexInAir) January 6, 2017
“BEST FLYING EXPERIENCE”
Commenting on the CS300 aircraft, Chief Operations Officer at airBaltic, Martin Sedlacky, said: “CS300 is the most advanced jet aircraft in its class and is showing good operational results.
“Our team, together with Bombardier and other partners, are doing excellent work so that our passengers could have the best flying experience.”