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Latvia Airports



Latvia Airports are few in number but provide excellent service for transportation to and within the country. Though the domestic destinations reached by air way are rather limited, nevertheless there are Three public airports.
The three public airports include Liepaja International Airport, Riga International Airport, Ventspils International Airport. Most important countries and cities in the world can be accessed from these airports. AeroSvit, Austrian Airlines, British Airways, Air Baltic, CSA-Czech Airlines, LOT, Riga Airport and Finnair are some of the reputed airlines that function in these airports to ensure safe traveling and comfort to the air passengers to and from Latvia.

The Airports Of Latvia In Details
The Liepaja International Latvia Airport: Situated in the Liepaja special economic zone, the airport was formerly a military base which was opened up for public use in the year 1960. the airport occupies a total land area of 2,176 ha. The Liepaja international airport is controlled by Aviacompany Liepaja Ltd.



Riga International Airport: This is the airport that is situated in the capital city of Latvia, Riga. Obviously this is the best equipped airport that offers a variety of facility to air passengers including car services. Some important cities connected by the airlines in Latvia include London, Paris, New York, Oslo, Moscow, Munich, Milan, Manchester, Rome, Istanbul, Prague, Copenhagen, Frankfurt, Helsinki, Tel Aviv, Vilnius, Warsaw, St Petersburg, Stuttgart, Tampere, Tallinn, Kiev, Cologne, Brussels, Barcelona to name some.

Ventspils International Airport: This is a relatively smaller airport that provides business, charter and ordinary flight services.

Apart from the public airports, Latvia houses a military air bases at Daugavpils and Spilve.


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