airBaltic Reports Strong Uptick in Passenger Numbers

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airBaltic has this week revealed a strong uptick in passenger numbers, as their Winter season continues to perform strong results.

The Latvian carrier has been making strong gains throughout this year, with no doubt about there being more expected going into the new year.

Without further ado, let’s get into it…

airBaltic Reports Strong Uptick in Passenger Numbers…


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airBaltic handled 325,300 passengers in November 2023, which is an increase of 21% compared to the same period last year.

3,480 flights were operated, which is also up 16%, with the comparison to last year as follows:

November, 2023* November, 2022** Change
Number of passengers 325 300 270 000 21%
Number of flights 3 480 3 000 16%

The Latvian carrier has already carried 4,197,000 passengers this year alone, which also highlights how well the airline has performed this year.

Martin Gauss, the President & CEO of airBaltic had this to say on the overall results in Riga:

“We are pleased to see that the number of people choosing airBaltic as their preferred airline continues to grow in November compared to the same period last year.”

“Our recent launch of 13 new routes from all our home markets marks the largest number of new routes in a winter season ever seen at airBaltic, generating significant interest and providing passengers with a wide range of travel options.”

All eyes will be on how December performs for the carrier, as well as what that will do to the total yearly numbers. airBaltic has had a good year, that’s for sure.

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