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Passenger traffic with the UK to be renewed January 2

As of January 2, Latvia will resume international passenger transport with the United Kingdom, the Civil Aviation Agency said December 30.

News of the spread of the new strain of coronavirus in the UK led many countries, including Latvia, to decide to stop traffic with the UK.

AirBaltic flights from/to the UK will continue to take place from Riga, Tallinn and Vilnius.

Passengers must check with airlines to see if they will resume their flights on January 2.

CAA reminded that due to Brexit, in future, only passport will be valid as identification document on flights to Britain, as well as significant changes will affect the movement of goods. More information regarding the rules for the movement of goods may be obtained on the home page of the State Revenue Service.

 

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