The airline currently serves seven destinations in Greece
Latvian carrier, airBaltic launched its new weekly summer service on Saturday (June 12) between Riga and Corfu.
These flights are operated by the Airbus A220-300 aircraft once a week.
“As the epidemiological situation improves due to vaccination process all over Europe, we see that more and more passengers are booking flights to different destinations in the Mediterranean and other European cities,” said Martin Guass, chief executive officer at airBaltic.
There are currently more than 70 direct destinations running from the Latvian capital, which include seven locations in both Italy and Greece, six in Spain and additional services to other leisure destinations.