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Attention! According to the regulations of the Cabinet of Ministers, from October 19 till October 26, 2020 regular passenger flights are not allowed from/to Vatican, Andorra, Czech Republic, Belgium, the Netherlands and France, as well as non-European countries that are not on the European Commission's list of safe countries! Those who have arrived from the countries, for which the cumulative number of COVID-19 exceeds Latvia’s number, must self-isolate for 10 days upon arrival in Latvia. The Latvia’s number and the list of countries is published on www.spkc.gov.lv. Before entering Latvia or travelling in transit, fill in the e-confirmation on Covidpass.lv!

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The new specialized cargo handling apron started operating at Riga Airport today, 16 October, welcoming “Atlas Air” Boeing 747-47U (F) aircraft.

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Operational data on the Airport performance in the first nine months of this year show that only 1.8 million passengers were handled at Riga Airport, which accounts for only about a third of last year ...

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Riga Airport welcomes the government's decision to set up an electronic passenger registration system and will provide all the necessary support for its successful implementation by intensifying ...

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Despite the crisis in the aviation sector caused by the novel coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic, Riga Airport maintains its strategic future goal to become a Northern European air traffic hub, the ...

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Latvian airline airBaltic announces that as of today it resumes flights between Riga and nine additional destinations. In total, airBaltic now connects Riga with 35 destinations across Europe.

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Following the government's decision to expand air traffic to Latvia, in order to take care of safety and health of passengers and employees, Riga Airport in cooperation with the Civil Aviation Agency ...

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Latvian airline airBaltic announces that as of tomorrow, September 4th, it will resume daily flights between Riga and Stockholm, Sweden. Flights will be performed on an Airbus A220-300 aircraft.

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Company’s unaudited interim report for the first half of the year shows that due to the significant drop in the number of passengers and flights caused by the global pandemic of coronavirus COVID ...

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Starting on August 11 Latvian airline airBaltic will resume direct flights between Riga and Budapest in Hungary. The flights will be performed two times a week on an Airbus A220-300 aircraft.

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Preliminary data on Airport performance in the first seven months show that with the number of passengers and flights gradually increasing, the number of passengers served at Riga Airport in July ...

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