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Riga Airport is an emerging Northern European air traffic hub. The 20 airlines operating at Riga Airport offer more than 70 destinations in the winter season and more than 100 in the summer season.


Riga Airport is one of the fastest growing airports in Europe according to the Airport Council International (ACI) report on airport performance in Europe in 2019. Airport offers both aviation (aircraft, passenger and cargo handling) and non-aviation services (lease of premises and territory, car parks, VIP Centre services, etc.), handling over 50% of entire Baltic passengers and air cargo traffic. The Cirius study recognizes Riga Airport as the fourth most punctual medium airport in the world in 2019.

Riga Airport is a state-owned company. Its sole owner is the Republic of Latvia. The shares on behalf of the state are held by the Ministry of Transport of the Republic of Latvia.


To provide customers with reliable infrastructure and excellent aviation and non-aviation services, to facilitate a sustainable route network offering extended connectivity of the country with strategic destinations and promoting economic growth.


Riga Airport is the first choice airport for passengers, airlines and companies in the Baltic Sea Region, offering a high degree of connectivity and top quality passenger service.


The activity of Riga Airport is based on two values: safety and service.

Strategic Goals

  • To improve connectivity and increase the number of passengers and the volume of cargo handled at the Airport, while maintaining leadership in the Baltics and strengthening positions in the Baltic Sea Region;
  • To provide state-of-the-art and high quality services;
  • To provide safe and sustainable infrastructure;
  • To improve core business processes and ensure their continuity;
  • To increase revenue by improving and developing the range of services provided;
  • To mitigate environmental impact.


In order to promote continuous improvement of the quality of services provided by the Airport, reduction of environmental impact and efficient use of energy resources, the Airport has implemented and maintains integrated management system, which is confirmed by ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management System, ISO 14001:2015 Environmental Management System, ISO 50001:2018 Energy Management System and ISO 27001:2013 Information Security Management System certificates.