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Attention! According to the regulations of the Cabinet of Ministers, from from September 28 till October 5, 2020 regular passenger flights are not allowed from/to Spain, Andorra, France and the Czech Republic, 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 cases per 100 000 people exceeds 16, must self-isolate for 10 days upon arrival in Latvia. The list of countries is published on www.spkc.gov.lv.

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On 27 October 2016, Lufthansa Group is celebrating its 25th anniversary of its flight service to Latvia. read more
  On the night from 31 January to 1 February, the United Kingdom (UK) will leave the European Union (EU). The State Agency “Civil Aviation Agency” (CAA) informs that passengers.. read more
Procurement procedure   Procurement identification number   Procurement title   Supplier.. read more
  Riga Airport was the third fastest growing capital European airport in 2019, according to the Airport Council International (ACI Europe) Air Traffic Report on airport performance last year.. read more
Riga Airport cares for the health and well-being of its passengers, therefore already since January we have been actively cooperating with the Centre for Disease Prevention and Control of Latvia (SPKC.. read more
  In order to limit the spread of COVID-19 coronavirus, a number of airlines have announced changes to their flight schedules to and from Riga Airport.   The Irish low-cost.. read more
Today, 1 November, Riga International Airport welcomed its nine-millionth transit/ transfer passenger since the renewal of Latvia’s independence – Mr Georg Malvius arrived at the airport on the.. read more
The summer flight season will start on Sunday, 26 March, and this year 89 destinations will be available to passengers travelling from Riga International Airport. In addition to the existing routes.. read more
On Wednesday, 19 April, Riga International Airport solemnly welcomed its 60 millionth passenger since the restoration of independence. Curt Almquist arrived at the Airport with a flight from Stockholm.. read more
Riga International Airport has entered the top three of the Airport Service Quality (ASQ) Survey conducted by the Airports Council International. read more
On 4 August 2009, for the first time in the history of RIGA International Airport, a charter flight of Japan Airlines brought to Latvia a group of tourists and representatives of the leading Japan.. read more
According to the aviation industry market research publication OAG Aviation Solutions (OAG) RIGA International Airport for the second time has entered the top 100 rating of world’s airports in terms.. read more
Classic service for a VIP passenger, one-way – 170.00 EUR   Classic service for several VIP passengers, one-way For the first.. read more
Riga Airport has been recognized as the fourth most punctual airport in the world read more
By signing cooperation agreements between Riga Airport, logistics company DHL Latvia and real estate development company Castor Construction, on Wednesday, 6 November, the first step was taken to.. read more
On 18 July 2016, the Council of SJSC Riga International Airport got acquainted with the progress of the action plan of the Airport's business plan for the first half of the year. read more
As of 1st November a new tariff policy becomes effective at SJSC RIGA International Airport with amendments to Cabinet Regulation No 991 „The Procedure for Determination of Payments for the Services.. read more
Monday, 14 November, the new North Pier at Riga International Airport will be inaugurated in the presence of the Minister of Transport Uldis Augulis, top management of the Ministry of Transport and.. read more
Bombardier CS300 Kicks-off Eastern European Tour alongside first operator airBaltic. read more
Riga International Airport as the leading airport in the Baltic countries reached a new passenger traffic record in 2016, servicing nearly half of the total number of passengers of the Baltic airports.. read more