Posted on: 07 October 2010 by Ross McSweeny
Latvian airline airBaltic has cancelled the €5 check-in fee previously paid by some passengers.
Previously members of the BalticMiles loyalty programme and passengers checking-in for their flight online via www.airBaltic.com were exempted from the check-in fee.
“Making travel affordable for our customers and lowering prices is airBaltic’s priority,” explained Tero Taskila, the airline’s chief commercial officer. “If all airBaltic passengers checked-in online they cumulatively would save some 60 million minutes every year and could use this time to do things that have higher value in their lives.”