The Latvian carrier’s cheap flights from its domestic capital to its Dutch counterpart will take off on a daily basis.
Passengers will fly between the two capital cities on a Boeing 737-500 airplane, with one-way tickets expected to start at LVL 38 (€54).
The flight is expected to last around two hours and 20 minutes.
Earlier this month airBaltic celebrated hitting the one million passenger milestone during the six months to June.
Its passenger capacity for June also grew by more than one quarter (26 percent) compared to the same month in 2007.
The carrier also successfully operated more than 4,000 flights across all of its routes, increasing by nearly 1,000 compared to June 2007.