AirBaltic is to offer four new routes to destinations around Europe from October 26th.
The Latvian low-cost carrier will offer cheap flights to Amsterdam, Hannover, Tampere and Dubai.
AirBaltic flights to Amsterdam will depart from Riga daily, while services to Hannover are scheduled five times per week and flights to Dubai offered twice per week.
Services to Tampere in Finland will operate twice per day. All of the new destinations will be offered until March 28th 2009.
Meanwhile the airline will also increase the frequency across nine of its routes departing from Riga over the winter period, including 11 flights per week to Brussels and six flights per week to Dusseldorf and Rome.
It will also increase the frequency on its Istanbul and Chisinau routes to seven flights per week.
The president of airBaltic, Bertolt Flick, recently sought to reassure passengers that the carrier will not be halting services to and from Lithuania.
However, he claimed that the airline would be reviewing its development plans in the country.