Latvian carrier Air Baltic plans to maintain “essential connectivity” through the winter months, linking its Riga hub with 40 destinations.
The carrier says it will continue offering flights to “major European business hubs” as well as a “small selection of leisure and skiing destinations”.
It specifies Larnaca and Rome as possible leisure destinations “if the epidemiological situation will enable such flights”.
Cirium data shows that Air Baltic operated from 64 airports in October 2019, falling to 51 in October 2020.
By flight hours, the carrier was at 25 October operating 56.5h per day, measured as a seven-day moving average, down from 267h on the equivalent day last year.
Deliveries of 28 Airbus A220s have been pushed back, and at the end of August the airline reported a €185 million ($215 million) first-half net loss.