Direct flights will resume from Riga to Helsinki and Munich as of Monday, May 25, and to Berlin as of June 1.
"Now we are returning with a certain goal of maintaining our position in the region," said Martins Gauss, CEO of airBaltic.
Gauss stressed that the health and safety of passengers, employees and the public are of top priority, so all passengers onboard are provided with face masks and disinfectant wipes.
Passengers must check travel rules and restrictions on official sites or local embassies before traveling. The rules are changing rapidly and vary across countries, so the latest information must always be checked.
airBaltic, with the permission of the Ministry of Transport, takes direct flights to and from Frankfurt and Oslo on a daily basis from Monday, May 18, until June 9. The airline also flies to Tallinn and Vilnius.