Baltic Air Carrier Issues Another NFT on Non Fungible Token Marketplace

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The thirteenth airBaltic City Collection NFT (non-fungible token) edition has been released on OpenSea marketplace for a fixed price of 0.1 Ether. There are currently a total of 10 new exclusive collectibles available from the airBaltic City Collection. The thirteenth airBaltic edition features a digital art piece featuring one of the most adored Latvian cities, Jrmala, a resort town with sandy beaches, the Dzintari Concert Hall, one of the most well-liked concert venues in Latvia, as well as the sculpture Bruurupucis, which stands for long life.

In honor of Latvia’s centennial, airBaltic asked everyone to vote for their favorite Latvian cities and towns in 2018. As a result, the company’s Airbus A220-300 fleet was named after those localities. Visit the airBaltic blog to learn more about the airBaltic NFTs City Collection, Edition 13, Jrmala The Latvian airline airBaltic issued non-fungible tokens for the first time ever on April 14, 2021. (NFTs). The airline produced a small number of collector NFTs that featured a unique Airbus A220-300 with its registration as well as a work of art depicting Kuldga, one of the most adored cities in Latvia. Following the release of the first edition, airBaltic has produced a total of twelve further works of digital art to honor the cherished cities of Csis, Alksne, Liepja, Bauska, Sigulda, Jelgava, Ogre, Valmiera, Gulbene, Smiltene, and now Jrmala in Latvia.

Global carriers look to airBaltic as the leader in innovation. The first airline in the world to accept Bitcoin as payment for aircraft tickets was airBaltic in 2014. AirBaltic now takes other cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin Cash, Ether, and Dogecoin, for bookings made on its website thanks to a partnership with service provider BitPay.  As previously mentioned, in May 2022 airBaltic announced the launch of Planies, a new NFT (non-fungible token) collection with 10,000 original cartoon aircraft drawings. The collectibles’ NFT owners will be eligible for airBaltic Club points and other rewards from the loyalty programs. Planies NFT will be given away without charge to owners of the airBaltic City Collection NFTs.

The Baltic region may be reached from more than 70 locations in Europe, the Middle East, and the CIS thanks to airBaltic (Air Baltic Corporation AS). In the past 25 years, airBaltic has grown into a reliable, successful, and well-known airline. By far the most well-known brand outside of Latvia, airBaltic contributes more than 2.5 percent of the country’s GDP. 36 Airbus A220-300 planes are in operation with airBaltic. For its superior services and innovation, airBaltic has won numerous international accolades.

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