Next winter, the flag carrier of the Baltic States, Air Baltic, will establish connections between Tenerife and the three Baltic capitals: Tallinn, Vilnius and Riga, as well as the Finnish city of Tampere. Air Baltic representatives informed the delegation of Tenerife Tourism Board, which recently attended the Routes Europe connectivity fair in Lodz, Poland.
From 30 October, Air Baltic will connect the island with Tallinn (Estonia), followed by Vilnius (Lithuania) from 31 October, and Tampere (Finland) from 1 November. All these routes will be served twice a week. These new routes are in addition to the already established connection with Riga, which began in September 2021 and has increased from three to five weekly flights.
On the other hand, Scandinavian Airlines System (SAS), the flag carrier of the Nordic countries, also informed the Tenerife delegation of the strengthening of its operations on the island.
From 8 October, SAS will add the Norwegian cities of Bergen and Stavenger to its destinations, both with a weekly frequency.
In addition, Wizz Air representatives announced the addition of a new route to Gdansk (Poland) from 29 October. This connection will be available all year round with two flights per week.
The Tenerife delegation that attended the Routes Europe fair also held meetings with airlines such as Aer Lingus, Air Canada, Air France, ITA, Iberia, Air Transat, Air Baltic, Lot Polish, Norwegian, Swiss Air Lines, Turkish Airlines, United Airlines and TAP Portugal.