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Airline: Air Baltic

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Air Baltic airlines
Air Baltic airlines
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Number of low cost routes: 144

Traveller reviews

  • Elena flying from Milan Malpensa to Riga
    Pessimo, capo-hostess ostili e maleducate. Posti stretti, no cibo, no acqua. Non è assolutamente accettabile questo livello di disservizi.
  • teren flying from Munich to St. Petersburg
    I was flying from Munich to St. Petersburg via Riga. For the first time I faced such a wierd check-in control. Even though staff did not have enough knowledge, they tried to check visas and passports!! I had to wait for long time just because of that. In St. Petersburg on the way back, they canceled my flight, because of having less knowledge of visas. I was freaked out, but missed the flight because of crew!! Then I had to buy new ticket from Air Berlin and had a flight without any problem. I would never recommend Air Baltic and it was my first and last experience!!!
  • Laszlo Mag flying from Copenhagen to Istanbul Atatürk
    Istanbul from Copenhagen, with connecting flight in Riga. All flights were delayed and the transfer window between the flights was so short that our luggage just didn't make it all the way back to Copenhagen on our way home - it was simply abandoned in Riga. There were ten or so angry travelers from Istanbul who's luggage never made it to Copenhagen. Why didn't they wait for the luggage from the connecting flight to be transferred before they airplane took off? There are still no traces of my bag. Thank you! The service on board was barely okay, and the fact that they even charge you for water is just ridiculous.

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Tips for Flying > Buy tickets

"Group" tickets: The price of the tickets for lowcost flights increases with the number of tickets sold. So it may happen that there is only one ticket left at the lowest price (e.g. 30Euro) and that the others cost more (e.g. 40Euro). If you buy two tickets, you will be paying the higher price multiplied by the number of passengers (in our case 40*2=80Euro, instead of 30+40=70Euro). Always check that the total price for the group is not higher than the initial price per person multiplied by the number of people in your group.