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  1. #1
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    Domyślnie Nowe Litewskie dziecko Bertolta Flick'a


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    The co-owners of the Latvian airline Air Baltic are planning to open a new airline based in Vilnius. The co-owners of the Latvian air company Baltijas Aviacijas Sistemas (BAS) announced that the new airline will start operating in April and by 2015 to operate routes to 28 destinations from Vilnius.

    It is ironic, but it was mainly due to actions Air Baltic few years ago (BAS owns 47.2 per cent of Air Baltic shares) that killed the struggling Lithuanian air carrier FlyLAL. The loos of the FlyLAL doomed the Vilnius International airport for a long stagnation period, from which it has successfully recovered already to become the second largest airport in the Baltic States.

    Kristian Krichhiner, one of the co owners of the BAS announced that they are planning to attract the Lithuanian and international investors. Krichhiner especially highlighted that the Lithuanian capital is very welcome. The initial investment to the company will be EUR 1 million but ‘We expect to increase it to EUR 20 million at a later stage,’ Kristian Kirchheiner, a co-owner of Baltijas Aviacijas Sistemas said a press conference in Vilnius on 20 September.

    Baltic News Service asked Bertolt Flick, the president of Air Baltic and a co-owner of BAS, if the Lithuanian Government could be one of the possible investors in the company. Flick answered that the BAS “is open to all proposals.” Lithuania’s Transport Minister Eligijus Masiulis would not confirm that Lithuanian Government would invest to the new company, but it will help to open the new company in every possible way.

    Only in January the new company’s name will be reviled. The BAS is planning to start its operation with three Boeing 737 planes, later to expand its fleet to five Boeing 737 and five Bombardier Q400 aircraft. The co-owners of the BAS revealed that the company should fly to Dublin, Paris, Munich, Rome, Istanbul and Moscow. It also intends to operate charter flights to Majorca, Athens and Hurghada. In 2013 the new airline is planning to open routes to Brussels, Frankfurt, Tel Aviv, Milan, Malaga and other destination. The company pledges that by 2015 it will offer routes to 28 destinations.

    The Air Baltic has attracted a huge amount of criticism from the Lithuanian passengers due to its poor services and prolonging journeys by directing most of the lights via Riga International Airport. The company has cut the direct flights to various EU destination not only form the Vilnius Airport but also from the Tallinn airport.

    Some of the Lithuanians are convinced that a declaration of the BAS to open an airline in Lithuania is a bluff. According to them the Air Baltic share holders are pressurising the main share holder of Air Baltic, the Latvian Government. http://www.lithuaniatribune.com/2010...uanian-market/
    Tak więc BT stworzy "Litewską córkę", która ma obsługiwać głównie Wilno, ale także Tallin.
    Na początku Baltijas Aviacijas Sistemas (BAS) ma posiadać trzy 737.
    Dalsze plany to pięć 737 oraz tyle samo Q400.

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    Feb 2007

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    Z Tallina nie Tylko z Wilna. "AirBaltic" jako marka nie jest lubiany przez Litwinów, bo jest symbolem łotewskiej nieuczciwej konkurencji, były straszne przeprawy Wilno & FlyLal kontra Air Baltic i lotnisko w Rydze...

  3. #3

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    Feb 2007

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    Czwartą bazę AirBaltic otworzy w fińskim Oulu ("Arctic Hub")

    Riga. 23.09.2010.
    The Latvian national airline airBaltic has completed negotiations with Finnish airports and will open a new hub in the Finnish city of Oulu. Currently airBaltic operates flights from North Hub Riga (Latvia), Vilnius (Lithuania) and Tallinn (Estonia).
    Bertolt Flick, President and Chief Executive Officer of airBaltic: “We have operated up to four routes from Oulu so far and been very satisfied with the results. The city and the businesses have been very active in promoting their vision as “the Artic Gateway”. We want to be the carrier to enable the Oulu region to reach that vision. We are currently working very closely with the Oulu airport and region to develop the future route network.”
    Currently, airBaltic offers four destinations out of Oulu – Riga, Turku, Stockholm (in summer), Tallinn (in summer). Full hub operations will mean 10-15 airBaltic operated direct destinations out of Oulu.
    In Finland, airBaltic offers flights to/from 10 airports – Helsinki, Oulu, Lappeenranta, Turku, Tampere, Vaasa, Kuusamo, Kuopio, Rovaniemi and Kittila.
    airBaltic serves 80 destinations from its home base in Riga, Latvia. From every one of these, airBaltic offers convenient connections via North Hub Riga to its network spanning Europe, Scandinavia, Russia, CIS and the Middle East.
    Oulu, located in the North-Western Finland, is the second busiest airport in Finland, offering regular connections to 6 destinations, Riga, Turku, Tampere, Stockholm, Tallinn and Helsinki, as well as 250 charter flights per year. The total amount of passengers served by the Oulu airport is 700 000 annually. The Oulu airport is currently undergoing an extensive expansion program, which doubles the passenger capacity. The city of Oulu is one of the most important business, research and educational centers in Finland and the biggest in the Northern Scandinavia.
    Tak się robi business drodzy ministrowie Skarbu...

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    Cytat Zamieszczone przez Stoarn Zobacz posta
    Tak się robi business drodzy ministrowie Skarbu...
    Tam ludzie mają inna mentalność, że to tak delikatnie ujmę.

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    To sie akurat dopiero okaze...

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    Feb 2007

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    Cytat Zamieszczone przez maciek krk Zobacz posta
    Tam ludzie mają inna mentalność, że to tak delikatnie ujmę.
    Na Łotwie? Najwyraźniej

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    Feb 2007
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    AirBaltic ma problemy z lotniskiem w Rydze - lotnisko chce zablokować część połączeń

    Riga International Airport has threatened to cut off services to the region's largest airline, airBaltic, on Friday unless the company pays for them up front.

    The funds have to be paid by noon on Friday or the airport will stop providing services at 16:00, novosti.err.ee reported, citing an article on nozare.lv.

    The action comes after airBaltic refused to enter into a settlement agreement with the airport over the more than 7 million euros the airline owes.

    z: AirBaltic In Trouble? — Civil Aviation Forum | Airliners.net

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    Feb 2007

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    Powodem długu jest nowy konflikt BT z RIX dot. opłaty lotniskowej pobieranej od maszyny. AirBaltic wykrył, że RIX z FRancą zakontraktował był jedno euro od maszyny podczas gdy od BT pobierają 500 EUR.

    Sprawa została na wiosnę złożona do łotewskiego UOKiKu i BT przestał płacić wtedy.

    Na osłodę pozostaje nowa trasa do Domodedova, trzy razy w tygodniu od 2 grudnia...

    W sumie były już spięcia VNO-RIX, VNO-BT, FlyLAL-RIX, FlyLAL-BT, FR+BT vs cała reszta użytkowników RIX, to teraz mamy nowy spór...

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    Feb 2007

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    Od 31 października airBaltic przenosi się z Malpensy do Linate. Częstotliwość bez zmian - codziennie jeden raz, czyli tyli ile z LIN do RIX maksymalnie można. Z możliwością krajowych przesiadek w siatce AZ.

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