The Latvian airline Air Baltic now offers the destinations Tallinn, Riga and Vilnius from Munich. The Bavarian airport now describes itself as the “gateway to the world for the Baltic States”. The carrier performs up to 24 rotations per week.
A codeshare agreement is maintained with Lufthansa so that transfers are possible at the second largest crane hub. Air Baltic uses Terminal 2 at Munich Airport. The Latvian carrier's fleet consists exclusively of Airbus A220-300 aircraft. The previously used Boeing 737 and DHC Dash 8-400 were decommissioned in the previous year.
In addition, other airlines are currently adding various connections to their programs again: With Lufthansa, there are now three flights a week to Denver. The American airline United will be flying five times a week from Munich to Chicago from May 7th. The Spanish airline Vueling offers flights to Barcelona up to five times a week, and Aeroflot flies to St. Petersburg four times a week.