Latvian airline airBaltic has reached a codeshare agreement with Iberia. This cooperation will offer convenient connections to Southern Europe for airBaltic customers, while Iberia’s passengers will benefit from better access to Northern Europe.
Wolfgang Reuss, SVP of Network Management of airBaltic said, “Current code-share partners include most of the major European airlines. We are very pleased to add Iberia to this growing family.”
Neil Chernoff, Iberia’s Senior Vice President of Network Planning and Alliances said, “With this agreement Iberia and Air Baltic improve their product offering for customers travelling between the Baltic States and Spain and Southern Europe, through competitive connections in Brussels, Dusseldorf, Munich, Frankfurt and Amsterdam.”
The new partnership will offer passengers convenient connections between Riga (Latvia) and Madrid (Spain) Riga through common gateway airports in Europe.