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Attention! According to the regulations of the Cabinet of Ministers, from November 23 till November 30, 2020 regular passenger flights are not allowed to/from Andorra and Luxembourg, 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 50, must self-isolate for 10 days upon arrival in Latvia. 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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Following the resolution of the International Air Transport Association and its strategy of simplifying the business, RIGA International Airport has introduced the system of bar-coded boarding passes.. read more
Since 4 of September the passengers can check in for a flight at RIGA International Airport at self-check-in kiosks. Currently the new self-check-in service is available to the clients of “airBaltic.. read more
As the passenger flow increases, particularly in the summer season when travelling is at its peak, RIGA International Airport urges the passengers to choose more convenient and faster check-in options.. read more
On Saturday, 13 March, the largest low-cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe Wizz Air with the first regular flight from the Norwegian capital Oslo opened traffic to RIGA International Airport. read more
From May 11 Riga International Airport will temporarily close its Departure C security control. Therefore, all the passengers should pass through the security control at Departure E. Due to the.. read more
In the summer season, the peak time of travel, Riga International Airport requests passengers to arrive at the airport two hours before their scheduled flight in order to have sufficient time for the.. read more
With the arrival of summer and active travel season, Riga International Airport kindly requests the passengers to arrive at the airport at least two hours before their scheduled flight to have.. read more
Considering that the travel season is at its height and the participants of the World Choir Games are leaving the town, Riga International Airport this week, particularly at the weekend, requests.. read more
To ensure pleasant and comfortable atmosphere, last week a ventilation system construction project was completed in the landside part of the passenger terminal building of Riga International Airport.. read more
This week at Riga International Airport additional lighting was installed at the check-in desks of the terminal. Improvement of the employees’ working conditions is one of the first tasks set this.. read more
Accessible Airport Awards were presented at the ACI General Assembly in Paris on Wednesday, 13 June. Stockholm, Dublin, Copenhagen and Larnaca airports were nominated for the Award together with Riga.. read more
What documents are required for flying? Identification types can vary depending on the destination of your flight. Please, contact your chosen tourism operator or airline to receive more.. read more
  This is the list of official cargo agents operating at Riga International Airport who may assist you, if you need to ship items which do not fit check-in baggage requirements.  .. read more
Ticket offices Ticket services in the Riga International Airport are provided to passengers of such airlines: Lufthansa, LOT, Aeroflot, Belavia, Uzbekistan Airways, Wizzair, Norwegian Air Shuttle.. read more
  In order for the Airport to provide the appropriate service, the PRM Assistance must be BOOKED AT LEAST 48 HOURS BEFORE THE SCHEDULED FLIGHT.     This can.. read more
  BY PUBLIC TRANSPORT Persons with reduced mobility can get from the city centre to the Airport and back by city bus No. 22, which is wheelchair accessible. Coming from the city centre.. read more
“In order for Riga Airport to achieve its goal of becoming a modern and convenient North European air traffic hub and serving at least ten million passengers a year by 2023, the company's.. read more
In order to provide faster and top-quality service to meet the needs of the increasing number of travellers, Riga Airport will be upgrading and extending the baggage reclaim belts in its non-Schengen.. read more
Riga Airport has introduced a new opportunity for families with children. Starting from July, children who are travelling alone to a Schengen country and have purchased the “Unaccompanied Minor.. read more
In order to provide a faster and top-quality service to the increasing number of travellers, Riga Airport will be upgrading and extending the baggage reclaim belts in the Schengen Arrivals Hall.. read more