With AirBaltic, after online check-in, can you print the boarding pass at the airport (at a kiosk)? Or ar they one of those ripoff airlines that make you pay extra if you have not printed the PDF beforehand by yourself?
I'm asking because it sounds like the latter, from what they tell me after online check-in:
A printed boarding pass is essential to proceed through the security check at the airport. If you have baggage to check in please remember that the baggage drop-off desk closes at the same time as airport check-in! Please note that there is a checked baggage fee in place.
Open the boarding pass in PDF format
I'm interested in how this is with AirBaltic in general, or if it varies by airport, in Helsinki, Riga, and Warsaw airports in particular.