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Easier travel for airBaltic passengers with KLM

10th August 2009 Print
The Latvian national airline airBaltic and the airline KLM have concluded a cooperation agreement that will allow airBaltic passengers to travel via Amsterdam for a lower price to reach final KLM destinations in America, Africa, Asia and Europe.

The cooperation agreement (known as special prorate agreement) became effective on August 1, ensuring lower prices for airBaltic passengers who wish to travel to one of the 146 final destinations of KLM.

Tero Taskila, airBaltic Chief Commercial Officer: “We are delighted that this agreement will allow us to offer more attractive prices on trips via Amsterdam to destinations such as Cape Town, Seoul, Atlanta or Calgary. KLM passengers, for their part, will find it easier to visit the Latvian capital city of Riga.”

airBaltic flies from Riga to Amsterdam every day, with the cheapest ticket prices available at and at the online travel agency