, 2022-11-23 15:52:23,
DALLAS — Everyone loves a niche product, be it a simple home tool or what an airline can offer its passengers, and Air Baltic (BT) has delivered it.
Ever since 2011, the airline underwent a revolutionary transformation and restructuring that now has a crisp look to itself, a fleet of the vibrant lime green A220, and just about the right mix between a full-service and a low-cost carrier – a hybrid indeed.
Today’s post looks at BT’s Business Class experience from the carrier’s home of Riga (RIX) to Dusseldorf (DUS), Germany, onboard its A220.
Lounge at RIX
As a connection at Riga, my first stop was the lounge. Located on a floor above the gates, it’s open to all AIrBaltic and major European airlines’ business guests.
Upon entering, you’ll surely glance through the lovely collection of aircraft models by the reception desk, and what was even more surprising was to see a massive Lufthansa 747-400 model on the other side.
Plush seating and well-lighted, the overall area is very well catered to Riga’s traffic levels and has a good view of the apron, not ideal for spotting though as some blinds fall through and block a clear picture.
A variety of cold snacks, nibbles, and a limited offering of hot meals are available. A full self-service bar is also present at the far end of the lounge. A pleasant time and… it’s got a good ratio of space to passengers and isn’t anywhere as crowded as the major gateways, where you’d drive…
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