“airBaltic” flight tickets go on sale in Finnish kiosks

The Latvian national airline “airBaltic” has put flight tickets on sale at R-Kioski newsstands throughout Finland. Flight tickets will be on sale throughout June this year for all “airBaltic” flights from any Finnish city to/from Riga or Tallinn.

“airBaltic” Chief Commercial Officer Tero Taskila: ““airBaltic” was the first airline in Northern Europe to bring flight tickets to shop shelves next to bread and milk back in 2007. “airBaltic” is now the first airline to introduce flight tickets in newsstands in Finland. Nowadays, flying has become part and parcel of daily life; so much that customers in Finland can now buy flight tickets along with their morning newspapers and a cup of coffee at a total of 700 kiosks across Finland.”

“airBaltic” flight tickets are on sale at all 700 R-Kioski newsstands in Finland during June this year. The price of a ticket in both directions is EUR 89 including airport fees and transaction costs.

In Finland, “airBaltic” offers flights on 21 routes from nine Finnish cities – Helsinki, Lappeenranta, Tampere, Turku, Oulu, Kuopio, Vaasa, Kuusamo and Rovaniemi.

For more information, “airBaltic” has a website in eight languages at www.airbaltic.com.