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Attention! From January 15, you are able to enter Latvia only if you have a negative Covid-19 test! Before entering Latvia or travelling in transit, fill in the e-confirmation on Covidpass.lv! Regular flights to/from non-European countries that are not on the European Commission's list of safe countries, are not permitted. Those who have arrived from the countries, for which the cumulative number of COVID-19 exceeds 50, must self-isolate for 10 days upon arrival in Latvia even if the Covid-19 test result is negative. The list of countries is published on www.spkc.gov.lv.

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The government has adopted stricter rules for all travellers by stipulating that negative COVID-19 test result performed according to the most internationally recognized accurate method, will be ...

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Latvian airline airBaltic announces that it plans to build a new aircraft hangar at Riga Airport to maintain its fleet, thus reducing future maintenance costs and becoming more efficient. airBaltic ...

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Operational performance data show that Riga Airport handled only 2.01 million passengers in 2020 – 74.2% fewer than a year before.

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Today, January 7, the government adopted stricter regulations for all people entering the country to facilitate more epidemiologically safe movement and reduce the introduction of COVID-19 infection ...

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In order to provide passengers and employees of the companies working at the Airport with additional opportunities to take Covid-19 test conveniently, E.Gulbis Laboratory contactless Covid-19 testing ...

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Demonstrating the reduction of carbon emissions and confirming its readiness to work sustainably, Riga Airport has received the Level 2 certificate of the global Airport Carbon Accreditation (ACA ...

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As of 1st January 2021, United Kingdom finish Brexit procedure and United Kingdom will be considered as third country. State Agency “Civil Aviation Agency” inform, that after 1st January there won’t ...

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In coordination with other EU Member States aiming to protect the public from the spread of the new coronavirus type in Latvia, the Cabinet of Ministers decided today to suspend passenger traffic ...

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The modernised apron 2 has started operating at Riga Airport. It is mainly intended for servicing business aviation aircraft.

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Riga Airport has been Certified as a COVID-19 4-Star Airport, by international air transport rating agency Skytrax.

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