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Attention! According to the regulations of the Cabinet of Ministers, until August 15, 2020 regular passenger flights are not allowed to Luxembourg, Romania, Spain, Andora, Belgium, San Marino, Bulgaria, Malta, Monaco, Sweden, Czechia, Netherland, Portugal, Iceland, Australia and countries outside the European Union that are not on the European Commission's list of safe countries! When arriving from these countries, as well as Switzerland, France, Poland, Croatia, Austria, Cyprus and Canada, it is mandatory to observe 14 days of self-isolation!

Corporate Social Responsibility

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Riga Airport entire range of activities and functions is performed according to the principles of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). In addition to the successful implementation of its business strategy, the company follows a consistent corporate policy that fully respects its commitment towards passengers, customers, business partners, employees, shareholders, local communities, as well as all other stakeholders.

 


Airport’s CSR policy is based on the principles of responsible and efficient collaboration with all its stakeholders - shareholders, air travelers, airlines, businesses, clients, business associates, local community and employees - in an effort to give everlasting value to the entire range of its activities.

Riga International Airport CSR focuses on the following areas:

  • the well-being of the local community;
  • environment protection;
  • human resources development;
  • business and tourism development in Latvia.

Airport’s CSR policy is also applied on other vital sectors, such as public safety, services provided, company employees and businesses operating within the airport's premises. In the field of Corporate Responsibility, the airport follows contemporary practices that often surpass the requirements imposed by legislation and the currently applicable rules and regulations.

Please read additional information in our annualy Yearbook.