Latvian airline AirBaltic is launching a new direct air route linking Vilnius and Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
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The flights will be operated four times a week, starting 30 October, according to the company's press release.

Christophe Viatte, chief commercial officer of the airline, says: “We are reinforcing links between the Baltic capitals and European hubs in line with our restructuring plan, and our customers will benefit immediately."

The Vilnius-Amsterdam link will be operated in cooperation with the Dutch airline KLM.

AirBaltic is also launching a new service between Tallinn in Estonia and Paris, which will operare four times a week starting 28 October.

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