airBaltic Invites to Billund



Latvian airline airBaltic this summer season offer more than 70 direct destinations from Riga, including Billund in Denmark. The city of Billund is the excellent destination for families as the LEGOLAND® is just hours away. airBaltic connects Riga and Billund twice a week on Friday and Sunday, thus making it an excellent weekend getaway.


Located in the heart of the Jutland peninsula, Billund is the gateway to western Denmark. Describing itself as the Capital of Children, Billund is where “children learn through play and are creative world citizens”.

Along with the world-famous LEGOLAND® theme park, which celebrates everyone’s favourite building blocks, Billund is close to many other attractions — including waterparks, zoos and museums — ensuring family-friendly fun for children of all ages.

Thanks to Billund’s amazing location — smack in the middle of western Denmark — all of the region’s family-friendly attractions are just a short distance away. It’s also surrounded by vast amounts of breathtaking nature, from lakes and forests to parks and beaches — making it ideal for fun-packed family holidays.

To read more about what Billund has to offer, visit airBaltic blog:

Destination served

Flight frequency

Price *


2 flights weekly

Starting from 28 EUR

*Lowest fare (one way), including taxes, fees and service charges, on, subject to availability

Flights between Riga and Billund are operated by the Airbus A220-300 aircraft twice a week on Friday and Sunday. The planned flight time is one hour and 40 minutes. Travellers will find every major rental car company at Billund Airport, along with numerous public transport options outside the terminal — meaning it’s never been easier to jet off for a Scandi-style family holiday. A complete schedule of airBaltic flights and tickets for the new destinations are available on the company's homepage at


For further information, please contact:

Alise Briede

SVP Corporate Communications

A/S Air Baltic Corporation

Email: [email protected]