Flights are resumed from Riga to Amsterdam, Brussels, Dublin, Gothenburg, Lisbon, Prague, Reykjavik, Vienna and Zurich.
“We are pleased with the decision of the Latvian government to ease the travel restrictions previously imposed while maintaining public safety and health as a top priority. It gives us the opportunity to take additional flights on routes that are essential to ensure the connectivity of Latvia and the Baltic States,” said Martins Gauss, CEO of airBaltic.
airBaltic implements security measures taking into account the recommendations of the responsible authorities. All passengers on flights are provided with a free basic care kit, which includes face protection masks and disinfectant wipes.
Passengers must check travel rules and airport restrictions on official sites or local embassies before travelling.
airBaltic is currently connecting Riga to 35 destinations across Europe.
A list of countries where flights are permitted is published each week. This week, flights will be banned to three European countries, namely, Spain, Andorra, and Luxembourg.