Eurolines coach company to restart Latvia routes
The long-distance coach company Eurolines said May 26 it will resume traffic with neighboring countries from June 5. The first buses from Rīga will start their journey in the direction of Kaunas, and then in the middle of June the routes to Vilnius, Warsaw, Gdansk and Tallinn will be renewed, the company said in a news release. 
Runaway drone was flying unlicensed
The flight of the drone lost in early May and missing for over two weeks had not been arranged with the Civil Aviation Agency (CAA), representative Aivis Vincevs told news agency LETA on May 25.
More cyclists expected this year
Summer approaching and the COVID-19 limitations in place, more people are considering using a bicycle instead of public transportation. Representative of the Road Safety Directorate (CSDD) Ieva Bērziņa spoke to Latvian Television on May 22 on bicycle traffic and safety.
European Union citizens can travel to Latvia again
A Latvian government meeting on May 21 approved the latest relaxation's of Latvia's COVID-19 emergency laws, allowing for citizens of the European Union, the European Economic Area and Switzerland, as well as persons permanently residing in these countries, to enter and leave the Republic of Latvia from a Member State of the European Union, a Member State of the European Economic Area or Switzerland.
Going to Lithuania? Know the new rules!
With the border between Latvia and Lithuania now open again, many Latvian residents are thinking of making a trip south. But before going, it's worth reading up on the latest rules and regulations with which it will be necessary to comply. This is the information supplied by the Lithuanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Lithuanian government website and features several changes taking effect today, May 18.
Runaway drone rescued and brought home
The unmanned aircraft which went missing in early May has been found safe and well in a forest in the vicinity of Garkalne, the Civil Aviation Agency told Latvian Radio on May 17.
Going to Estonia? Know the new rules!
Estonia's state of emergency officially comes to an end at midnight on May 18, with the government on May 16 confirming restrictions and easing of restrictions in force after the end of the emergency situation.
What you need to know about the 'Baltic Bubble' travel rules
On May 15 in Rīga the Ministers of Foreign Affairs of Latvia, Estonia and Lithuania will sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MoI) confirming that the Baltic States agree to lift travel restrictions and ensure free movement of their residents by land, sea and air: the so-called 'Baltic Bubble'.
Transport Minister: State supports Latvian aviation
Latvia has committed to investing up to EUR 250 million in the national airline airBaltic, said head of airBaltic Martins Gauss and Transport Minister Tālis Linkaits in an interview to Latvian Radio on May 13.
'Baltic Bubble' travel zone will come into force on May 15
As of May 15, travel will be possible across the three Baltic States, but the inhabitants of other countries must initially comply with 14-day quarantine, said Health Minister Ilze Viņķele ("Development/For") to Latvian Television.
International transport could resume from May 13
International passenger transport by air and sea could be resumed on May 13, and transport by land on May 18, said Transport Minister Tālis Linkaits (New Conservative Party) on Latvian Radio May 6.