The new route offers new options for travellers from the Baltics and Russia with convenient connections via Riga. In addition, this summer Sochi will be one of the 2018 FIFA World Cup host cities and the new connection via Riga will offer convenient flight options to all who are planning to attend the tournament.
“The new route will offer great summer gateway for travellers from the Baltics to the Black sea cost city Sochi, as well as new convenient connections for travellers from Russia with European and Scandinavian airports,” expanded Wolfgang Reuss, senior vice president, network management, airBaltic.
airBaltic flies from Riga to Sochi two times a week on a Boeing B737 aircraft, and the flight is scheduled to last three hours and 10 minutes. airBaltic serves over 70 routes from Riga, Tallinn and Vilnius, offering a large variety of destinations and convenient connections via Riga to its network spanning Europe, Scandinavia, the CIS and the Middle East.