airberlin is entering the Baltic region by offering nonstop flights to Riga with the new codeshare partner airBaltic. airberlin adds its code on flights operated by airBaltic to the Latvian capital from several German cities: Dusseldorf, Hamburg, Munich, Frankfurt and Berlin. In return, airBaltic flight guests are - for the first time - able to book a connecting airberlin flight to various German cities in combination with an airBaltic flight to Germany.
“The new codeshare partnership is another step for airberlin towards the growing markets of Eastern Europe and adds another new destination to our codeshare route network for our guests” says Paul Gregorowitsch, Chief Commercial Officer of airberlin. He adds: “We look forward to welcoming even more guests from this region on board our flights in Germany”.
Martin Gauss, Chief Executive Officer of airBaltic: “A strong family of codeshare partner airlines ensures smooth and seamless travel for airBaltic customers. Our current codeshare partners include a number of the world’s major airlines. We are very pleased that airberlin is joining this group of airlines, enabling us to offer excellent connectivity between destinations in Germany and the Baltic region.”
Monday, 17 September 2012
New partnership: airberlin and airBaltic start codeshare flights
Source = airberlin