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  air baltic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Air Baltic, sometimes rendered airBaltic, is the national airline of Latvia.
A very young airline, Air Baltic's history began in 1995, after a joint venture had been signed between the Latvian government and other, international interests on August 28, the Latvian government holding 51 per cent of the airline.
Air Baltic welcomed the new millennium by introducing new uniforms on its workers, and opening a cargo center at Riga's airport.
www.yourencyclopedia.net /air_baltic.html   (427 words)

  
 Air Baltic -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Air Baltic, sometimes rendered airBaltic, is the national (A commercial enterprise that provides scheduled flights for passengers) airline of (A republic in northeastern Europe on the eastern coast of the Baltic Sea) Latvia.
Air Baltic's history began in 1995, after a (A venture by a partnership or conglomerate designed to share risk or expertise) joint venture on August 28 had been signed between the Latvian government and international interests; the Latvian government holding 51 per cent of the airline's stock.
As of October 2004, Air Baltic flies from Riga to 21 cities around (The 2nd smallest continent (actually a vast peninsula of Eurasia); the British use `Europe' to refer to all of the continent except the British Isles) Europe.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/a/ai/air_baltic.htm   (592 words)

  
 Air Baltic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
A very young airline Air Baltic's history in 1995 after a joint venture had been between the Latvian government and other international on August 28 the Latvian government holding 51 per of the airline.
In 1999 Air Baltic became a 'joint stock company' and their SAAB 340s were replaced by Fokker By September the airline had began operating under European Aviation Operating Standards or JAR ops.
Air Baltic welcomed the new millennium by new uniforms on its workers and opening cargo center at Riga's airport.
www.freeglossary.com /Air_Baltic   (690 words)

  
 AIR POWER - BALTIC LINK 2000   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Air power assets may be based at long distance from the area of conflict because of their great reach.
Air power may well be a prerequisite in peacekeeping operations when belligerent parties have their own air power resources.
Although the characteristics of air power allow basing distant from the area of conflict, it is not necessarily always the case for practical or political reasons, and if the warranting parties have their own air power capability friendly basing may be under attack.
www.mil.se /pfp/baltlink/exairp.html   (1250 words)

  
 Encyclopedia: Air Baltic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Air Baltic's history began in 1995, after a joint venture on August 28 had been signed between the Latvian government and international interests; the Latvian government holding 51 per cent of the airline's stock.
In 1996, the airline's first AVRO RJ70 was delivered; and Air Baltic joined SAS' frequent flier club as a partner.
Air Baltic has strong links with SAS Scandinavian which owns 47.2% of Air Baltic.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Air-Baltic   (412 words)

  
 From Admiral Kuznetsov Memoirs Air Raid on Berlin
The main base of the Baltic Fleet was not prepared for defence from the land.
The air units stationed at airfields in proximity of Leningrad were ordered to cover the eastern leg of the route.
The air arm was to cover the fleet east of the island of Hogland.
admiral.centro.ru /balt02.htm   (4860 words)

  
 NATO :: Defence Co-operation between the Baltic States :: Baltic Defence Co-operation   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Baltic defence co-operation and the projects entailed are of invaluable importance to Estonia.
The Baltic Defence College, founded in 1998, is the first combined institution for military education in the Baltic states, helping to create a common background for the Estonian, Latvian and Lithuanian officers corps.
The main BALTCCIS aim is to integrate all available naval and air surveillance data as well as data from various agencies to the national JOC-s enabling the Baltic states to monitor the movement and status of troops and different types of vehicles within and around their borders.
www.vm.ee /eng/nato/kat_361   (7382 words)

  
 Caribbean Vacations - air culebra
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 Estonian Defence Forces - BALTNET - the Baltic Air Surveillance Network
The decision that the Baltic states should co-ordinate the surveillance activity of the radars on their territories and information thereby obtained was made in 1994.
To support the BALTNET project the Baltic states are working together in planning the placement of radar sensors in the three states.
As Estonia has not yet procured a military air surveillance radar, data to the BALTNET system are supplied by the radar of the civil air control centre.
www.mil.ee /index_eng.php?s=baltnet   (891 words)

  
 Air Baltic flights to Riga cheap holidays and travel deals, flights and hotels to book online
My daughter was on the Air Baltic flight from RIX to LHR, Apr 16, BT 651 as UM.
For Winter 2004/2005 traffic season Air Baltic is offering direct flights from Riga to 24 cities...
Almost all Air Baltic flights are code shared with SAS.
www.worldbookers.co.uk /Air-Baltic-flights-to-Riga.html   (216 words)

  
 Airline History - Airlines by index   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
traces its history back to 1992 when Baltic International was formed as a sister company of Latvio-Latvian Airlines who fly to Western European destinations.
Baltic International flew Douglas DC9s and Tupolev 134s which were replaced by a Boeing 727 in 1995.
Baltic International was merged with Latvian Airlines in 1995 after problems and
airlines.afriqonline.com /airlines/504.htm   (127 words)

  
 Cheap Air Baltic Flights   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Air Baltic currently offers 1 flights from 1 departure airports in the UK.
Air Baltic fly’s to 1 cities from 1 departure airports around the UK.
So wherever you are going, on business or on holiday, Air Baltic will always offer great value and great service.
www.kasbah.com /flights-to/air-baltic.htm   (201 words)

  
 Translations, language courses, PR courses - Baltic Media   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
“Baltic Media” Ltd. is the only company in the field of communications awarded by ISO 9001:2000 quality certificate in Latvia, consequently, we choose only the best lecturers to ensure the best quality and results.
In its letter of thanks, Baltic Media writes: „Our achievements and good reputation in the local and global market are largely connected to relying upon the graduates of Ventspils University College when selecting our state personnel and choosing foreign providers”.
As a result, Baltic Media Ltd is the first and, currently, only company in the translation and language communication area in the Latvian market, to have introduced quality management systems ISO 9001:2000.
www.baltikumspecialisten.se   (1383 words)

  
 LITHUANIA’S CO-OPERATION WITH LATVIA, ESTONIA AND THE NORDIC COUNTRIES
In 1991 the Baltic Assembly, comprised of 60 parliamentarians of the Baltic states was founded.
BALTNET - Baltic Air Surveillance Network system consists of national air surveillance centres in Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia and allows the Baltic States to effectively survey and co-ordinate their sovereign air space and to ensure safety of air traffic.
The trilateral agreement on consular cooperation among the Baltic States was signed on 5 February 1999 in Vilnius, and is of the utmost importance for facilitating consular assistance to Lithuanian, Latvian and Estonian citizens in foreign countries.
www.nato.int /pfp/lt/facts/fs06.html   (1077 words)

  
 The EurOcean internet portal
The Baltic Marine Biologists (BMB) is an international non-governmental scientific organisation whose aim is to promote studies on the biological diversity, structure, function and sustainable management of the ecosystems of the Baltic Sea Area.
Baltic Sea information concerns history, ecology and physical-chemical processes which are divided to six parts: General information, Hydrography, Circulation of substances, Animals, plants and microbes, Impact of human activities and Research.
The Council of the Baltic Sea States (CBSS) serves as an overall regional forum for intergovernmental cooperation, focusing on the need for intensified coordination of activities in virtually every field of government.
ioc.unesco.org /eurocean_bb2/links.php?licat_id=94   (456 words)

  
 Cologne/Bonn - Konrad Adenauer - Cologne - Germany - Mr Michael Garvens, Chairman of the Board - ATI, Air Transport ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Air Transport Intelligence (ATI) contains a wealth of information on airports such as full contact details, key management, technical data on runways and terminal, financial data and traffic statistics, full schedule data, the airport's ownership.
Latvian carrier Air Baltic is to open its first domestic service this summer, between Riga and Liepaja, but will at the same time axe its services between Vilnius and Cologne.
Air Lithuania, the former regional subsidiary of state-owned Lithuanian Airlines, is embarking on its next stage of business development with the launch of new routes between third-country locations rather than from its home...
www.rati.com /APLANDING_13343.htm   (468 words)

  
 Operation Baltic Air Policing
After becoming full NATO member states, the three countries, still fearing their very powerful neighbour Russia while not being equipped with the means to defend their own airspace, had turned to the alliance requesting a credible air-defence.
The Lithuanian Air Force Commander, Colonel Edvardas Mazeikis stressed that is was "important for the Balts to feel that they became real NATO members".
General Michel Audrit, commander of the Air Component of the Belgian Defence forces has declared that it is not excluded that Belgium might return for a second tour of duty guarding the airspace over the three Baltic States Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia.
www.baha.be /Webpages/Navigator/News/lithuania.htm   (619 words)

  
 Russia confronts Nato on Baltic air patrols -DAWN - International; 27 March, 2004   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Nato has announced plans to start patrolling Baltic airspace on Monday, when four former communist bloc countries plus the three Baltics states which were Soviet constituent republics join its ranks, confirming plans that have edged up tensions with Russia.
Mr Lavrov's warnings about the Baltic patrols contrasted sharply with remarks in Brussels Friday by US Nato envoy Nicholas Burns, who took a studiously relaxed attitude to the brewing controversy, insisting Nato contacts with Russia on the alliance extending eastwards had been straightforward and non-polemical, and there was no sense of crisis.
The Baltic states are joining Nato together with former Soviet bloc states Bulgaria, Romania and Slovakia, plus Slovenia, once part of Yugoslavia.
www.dawn.com /2004/03/27/int13.htm   (533 words)

  
 berlin air corridor and other berlin related information   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The Berlin air corridor across East Germany was a flashpoint of the Cold War S ECRETS OF THE B ERLIN A IR C ORRIDOR Talk to any pilot who frequently flew the air corridor...
The western allies were guaranteed an air corridor, but not road or rail access, and so in response to a currency...
Air Force's high-altitude flights in the Berlin air corridors as well as major incidents at the...
www.nethorde.com /berlin/berlin-air-corridor.html   (354 words)

  
 Russia confronts NATO on controversial Baltic air patrols
NATO has announced plans to start patrolling Baltic airspace on Monday, when four former communist bloc countries plus the three Baltics states which were Soviet constituent republics join its ranks, confirming plans that have edged up tensions with neighbouring Russia.
Lavrov's warnings about the Baltic patrols contrasted sharply with remarks in Brussels Friday by US NATO envoy Nicholas Burns, who took a studiously relaxed attitude to the brewing controversy, insisting NATO contacts with Russia on the alliance extending eastwards had been straightfoward and non-polemical, and there was no sense of crisis.
Burns confirmed that NATO planned to station aircraft in Lithuania to protect the air space of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.
www.spacewar.com /2004/040326174044.p5eq9v57.html   (505 words)

  
 RIX
On 30 April Air Baltic introduced scheduled direct flights to the Charles de Gaulle airport in...
Air Baltic has already reported on discontinuing flights to Geneva.
Also, Lufthansa ceases flights from Munich to Riga, while Air Baltic will launch the Munich route offering flights four times a week instead of seven previously provided by Lufthansa.
www.riga-airport.com /index.php?view=news&news_id=58&lang=eng   (266 words)

  
 Review of a flight with Air Baltic in January 2004 from Copenhagen - CPH to Riga - RIX at carsurvey.org   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Review of a flight with Air Baltic in January 2004 from Copenhagen - CPH to Riga - RIX at carsurvey.org
It was first time we had ever flown with Air Baltic.
Baggage Reclaim was slow in Riga, however Air Baltic are one of the best airlines we have ever flown with and we are continuing to fly with them in the future.
www.carsurvey.org /air/review_8770.html   (154 words)

  
 [ www. P L A N E S .cz ]
Air Baltic byl založen v roce 1995 a do Prahy zahájil lety 14.06.1999.
Na nové lince nabízí Air Baltic zpáteční letenku za 99 LVL (něco málo přes 6000,- Kč), bez letištních tax.
Air Baltic expandoval již od letního letového řádu, kdy otevřel linky do Moskvy, Berlína-Tempelhofu a Vídně.
www.planes.cz /clanky.asp?xml=z_ruzyne&jazyk=cz&styl=d&id=21101   (338 words)

  
 Airways.cz - Nové destinace Air Baltic
Air Baltic oznámily zahájení provozu do tří nových destinací z letiště v Rize.
Lotyšký Air Baltic zahájí lety i z Litvy (3.4.2004)
Německá nízkonákladová společnost Air Berlin dnes přivítala v Berlíně svůj první Airbus A320 (D-ABDA).
www.airways.cz /web/news.asp?ID=436   (566 words)

  
 Daily Baltic News - Free Online Baltic News
Even then, it was obvious to many, visually and rationally, that Estonia and the other Baltic States,did not belong to the Soviet Union in spirit, not to mention their culture, which, unlike Soviet culture, is clearly influenced by European traditions.
With attitudes like this, the Baltic States should not expect any apologies or recognition from the Kremlin - the national political elite is stuck in a time warp and, what's more worrying, is dragging the young generation behind it.
The union said Air Baltic increased its pilots’ wages by 30% from the beginning of the year.
www.balticsww.com /wkcrier/daily_news.htm   (10437 words)

  
 Missing (?) M&M for SK 9653 flights
It is from Copenhagen to Riga on Air Baltic but having Scandinavian Airlines flight number.
As Air Baltic is no *A carrier, you do not earn MandM miles on SK 9653.
This Air baltic CPH-RIX flight will give you 600 status qualifying status (it used to be non-qualifying, but has changed) points and 1200 business, the 300/600 mile is for the local baltic routes TLL-RIX-VNO, I think.
www.flyertalk.com /forum/showthread.php?t=67842   (354 words)

  
 Ministry of National Defence   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Polish military aviators are planning to control the Baltic airspace with soviet-made supersonic MiG-29 fighter planes, which were received by the Polish Armed Forces from the German Air Force a few years ago.
The air-policing mission in the three Baltic nations authorised by the North Atlantic Council is among the key missions both to the Alliance and the Baltic States.
At the moment, some 100 troops and supporting personnel of the British Royal Air Force with four Tornado F3 fighters have been deployed to perform the air policing mission in the Baltic States.
www.kam.lt /index.php?ItemId=29657&Lang=5   (339 words)

  
 [ www. P L A N E S .cz ]
Po dvou letech se do Prahy vrací lotyšská společnost Air Baltic.
Dnes přistál na Ruzyni Fokker 50 Air Baltic (opět reg.
Od zimního letového řádu otevírá Air Baltic s Fokkerem 50 také linku do Varšavy (pondělí, úterý, čtvrtek).
www.planes.cz /clanky.asp?xml=z_ruzyne&jazyk=cz&styl=d&zobrazeni=t&id=21101   (338 words)

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