airBaltic, Latvia’s flagship airline, is thrilled to unveil the expansion of its enduring partnership with Tez Tour Latvia, a prominent tour operator. This collaboration extends to 12 sought-after destinations favored by Latvian travelers, including Spain, Greece, Italy, Türkiye, Bulgaria, Cyprus, and Georgia. Notably, this initiative complements airBaltic’s recent announcement of 17 new routes slated for the forthcoming summer season, further enriching travel options for passengers.

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Türkiye is leading destination among Latvians

Konstantins Palgovs, Chairman of the Board of Tez Tour Latvia: “We are pleased to continue our long-standing collaboration with airBaltic. For the 2024 summer travel season, Tez Tour is set to launch an extensive program to destinations highly favored by Latvian tourists. Notably, Antalya, Türkiye, will see the highest number of visitors, with plans for up to five weekly flights from April to November 2024, and two flights every Saturday.”

“Moreover, the reliable reputation of airBaltic and its modern fleet of Airbus A220-300 aircraft were crucial factors in our decision to continue our partnership in the air transport sector. We anticipate that all Tez Tour clients will traditionally receive the highest level of service, orchestrated by the leading figures in the national tourism industry,” Palgovs concluded.

Thomas Ramdahl, Senior Vice President of Network Management of airBaltic: “As we continuously broaden our route network, it is particularly exciting to further strengthen our cooperation with Tez Tour Latvia, a dependable partner. Together, we are committed to providing our mutual customers with top quality service and creating memorable travel experiences for the upcoming summer season. This collaboration marks a significant milestone in enhancing travel options for Latvian tourists, promising an enriched travel experience with a focus on convenience, quality, and customer satisfaction. As the leading airline in the region, we are set to solidify our position and pursue our growth ambitions.”

airBaltic operates more than 130 routes originating from Riga, Tallinn, Vilnius, Tampere, and, during certain seasons, Gran Canaria. This extensive network provides travelers with connections to various destinations across Europe, the Middle East, North Africa, and the Caucasus region.

Source: TTV

Editor: Haber Merkezi