Flights to Riga
Riga International Airport is the largest airport in the Baltics. The largest number of direct flights is offered to Riga from destinations in Europe and Asia, and from elsewhere Riga is easily reachable using transit flights. There are two terminals – one for arrivals from Schengen Member States and one for passengers arriving from elsewhere.
AirBaltic is the national Latvian airline that offers flights to over 70 destinations in Europe and beyond.
Direct flights are operated to Aberdeen, Abu Dhabi, Amsterdam, Almaty, Athens, Baku, Barcelona, Bergen, Berlin, Billund, Bordeaux, Brussels, Budapest, Catania, Copenhagen, Dublin, Dubrovnik, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Gdansk, Geneva, Gothenburg, Hamburg, Helsinki, Kalniningrad, Kazan, Kiev, Kos, Larnaca, Lisbon, London, Lviv, Madrid, Malaga, Malta, Manchester, Milan, Minsk, Moscow, Munich, Nice, Odessa, Olbia, Oslo, Palanga, Palma de Mallorca, Paris, Poprad, Prague, Reykjavik, Rhodes, Rijeka, Rome, Salzburg, Sochi, Split, Stavanger, Stockholm, St. Petersburg, Stuttgart, Tallinn, Tampere, Tbilisi, Tel Aviv, Thessaloniki, Trondheim, Turku, Venice, Verona, Vienna, Vilnius, Warsaw, Yerevan, Zurich.
How Long is the Flight?
It doesn’t take long to reach Latvia from destinations in Europe and Russia. Moscow – Riga and Stockholm – Riga flights take approximately one hour. A flight from Frankfurt to Riga takes a little less than 2 hours, from London and Paris – 2 hours and 50 minutes.
Most direct flights are operated by the national airline - airBaltic. Flights to Riga are also operated by low-cost airlines, including Ryanair and WizzAir and other carriers including Aeroflot, Lufthansa and Norwegian.
The number of regular flights increases during the summer season. You can check flight schedules on the Riga Airport website.