An integrated air-rail hub


The only true air-to-rail connection point in the region

Rail Baltica is a greenfield rail transport infrastructure project with the goal of integrating the Baltic States in the European rail network. The project includes five European Union countries – Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia and, indirectly, also Finland. It will connect Helsinki, Tallinn, Pärnu, Riga, Panevežys, Kaunas, Vilnius, Warsaw and Berlin with connecting trains. The operations of Rail Baltica will start in phases from 2026 to 2030.

The Rail Baltica rail line will have a station at RIga Airport, which will represent the first true high-speed railway-to-air connection and offer its passengers unique multimodality and ease of travel with the possibility of purchasing single ticket, checking your baggage in at any Rail Baltica station, taking the train to Riga Airport, going straight to your flight and getting the baggage at your final destination.

Main facts

€5 billion
Total amount of investment
870 km
1 435 mm
Rail width
249 km/h
Max speed (passengers)
120 km/h
Max speed (cargo)
  • Environmentally friendly - powered by electricity, produces less noise and vibration
  • Part of the EU’s North Sea Baltic TEN-T corridor