airBaltic extends Gothenburg, Tampere to winter

Latvian airline also adds ski routes as well as Abu Dhabi
Latvian airline airBaltic says it will extend its flights between Riga and Gothenburg, Tampere and Geneva to the winter season.
Riga-Gothenburg is four flights weekly, Riga-Tampere is five flights a week, and the Geneva route has three flights a week.
The Latvian carrier is also reintroducing ski destinations from Riga, to Salzburg, Verona and Poprad, and starting from October 29 it will operate a Riga-Abu Dhabi route four times weekly with its new Bombardier CS300, as a codeshare with Etihad Airways.
airBaltic is also adding frequencies for the winter season to London, Hamburg and Prague, while “a more convenient schedule” has been arranged for Warsaw with new morning and evening flights on weekdays.
TTG Nordic