Baltia Air Lines to Take Flight With New Service From U.S. to St. Petersburg, Russia

NEW YORK, NY — (MARKET WIRE) — 11/16/2005 — Baltia Air Lines (OTC BB: BLTA) today announced plans to launch its first international destination from Kennedy Airport, New York to St. Petersburg, Russia. The new flight, planned to start early summer, will offer nonstop service from Kennedy Airport to St. Petersburg. The commencement of nonstop service to this new destination from New York marks an important step in the start-up U.S. airline’s expanding service to Russia.

“In our proposed three class seating layout Baltia will take passenger service to higher standards. Our in-flight chef will supervise the overall preparation of food and personally prepare specialties. Flying aboard Baltia’s 747 luxury liner is going to be a unique experience even for the demanding traveler,” stated Baltia President Igor Dmitrowsky.

About Baltia Air Lines, Inc.

Baltia Air Lines’ (OTC BB: BLTA) objective is to become the leading airline in the U.S. and St. Petersburg, Russia market, providing full-service, nonstop passenger, cargo and mail service. Flight time is estimated at only 8 hours, versus 12-18 hours on stop-over flights currently offered by foreign airlines. Following the example of successful “niche” airline carriers such as Virgin, Southwest and JetBlue, Baltia’s goal is to become the leading trans-Atlantic airline between U.S. cities and the growing Baltic Region, including Northwest Russia, Latvia, Ukraine and Belarus.

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