List of airports in Latvia

Map of Latvia

This is a list of airports in Latvia, sorted by location.

Latvia (Latvian: Latvija), officially the Republic of Latvia (Latvijas Republika), is a country in the Baltic region of Northern Europe. It is bordered to the north by Estonia, to the south by Lithuania, to the east by the Russian Federation, and to the southeast by Belarus. Across the Baltic Sea to the west lies Sweden. The capital of Latvia is Riga. The local time is GMT+2 (GMT+3 DST).

Riga International Airport is the only major airport in Latvia, carrying around 5 million passengers annually. It is the largest airport in the Baltic states and has direct flights to over 80 destinations in 30 countries including a nonstop transatlantic flight to New York-JFK operated by Uzbekistan Airways on board in Boeing 767-300ER year-round. It is also the main hub of airBaltic.

In the recent years airBaltic operated also in Liepāja International Airport as well as Ventspils International Airport but operations in both of these airports were soon ceased.

Currently there are plans for further development in several regional airports, including Jūrmala Airport, Liepāja, Ventspils as well as Daugavpils International Airport.


Names shown in bold indicate airports with scheduled passenger service on commercial airlines.

City served / Location ICAO IATA Airport name Coordinates
ÿ Civil aerodromes ÿ ÿ ÿ ÿ
Adaži EVAD Adaži Airfield 57°05′54″N 024°15′58″E / 57.09833°N 24.26611°E / 57.09833; 24.26611 (Adaži Airfield)
Daugavpils EVDA DGP Daugavpils International Airport (under development) 55°56′33″N 026°40′06″E / 55.94250°N 26.66833°E / 55.94250; 26.66833 (Daugavpils Airport)
Liepāja EVLA LPX Liepāja International Airport 56°31′03″N 021°05′49″E / 56.51750°N 21.09694°E / 56.51750; 21.09694 (Liepāja Airport)
Riga EVRA RIX Riga International Airport 56°55′25″N 023°58′16″E / 56.92361°N 23.97111°E / 56.92361; 23.97111 (Riga International Airport)
Riga EVRS Spilve Airport 56°59′28″N 024°04′30″E / 56.99111°N 24.07500°E / 56.99111; 24.07500 (Spilve Airport)
Tukums EVJA Jūrmala Airport 56°56′32″N 023°13′26″E / 56.94222°N 23.22389°E / 56.94222; 23.22389 (Jūrmala Airport)
Ventspils EVVA VNT Ventspils International Airport 57°21′28″N 021°32′39″E / 57.35778°N 21.54417°E / 57.35778; 21.54417 (Ventspils International Airport)
ÿ Military air bases ÿ ÿ ÿ ÿ
Jelgava EVEA Jelgava Air Base (non functional) 56°40′22″N 023°40′45″E / 56.67278°N 23.67917°E / 56.67278; 23.67917 (Jelgava Air Base)
Jēkabpils EVKA Jēkabpils Air Base (non functional) 56°32′05″N 025°53′33″E / 56.53472°N 25.89250°E / 56.53472; 25.89250 (Jēkabpils Air Base)
Lielvārde EVGA Lielvārde Air Base 56°46′42″N 024°51′14″E / 56.77833°N 24.85389°E / 56.77833; 24.85389 (Lielvārde Air Base)
Riga EVRC Rumbula Air Base (non functional) 56°53′00″N 024°13′36″E / 56.88333°N 24.22667°E / 56.88333; 24.22667 (Rumbula Air Base)
Vaiņode EVFA Vainode Air Base (non functional) 56°24′20″N 021°53′13″E / 56.40556°N 21.88694°E / 56.40556; 21.88694 (Vainode Air Base)
Valmiera Liepas Air Base (non functional) 57°23′12″N 025°30′30″E / 57.38667°N 25.50833°E / 57.38667; 25.50833 (Liepas Air Base)
ÿ Small airports (Heliports) ÿ ÿ ÿ ÿ
Lielvārde EVSM M-Sola Heliport 56°39′56″N 024°54′11″E / 56.66556°N 24.90306°E / 56.66556; 24.90306 (M-Sola Heliport)
Cēsis EVCA Vidzemes aeroklubs 57°19′41.7″N 025°19′14.6″E / 57.328250°N 25.320722°E / 57.328250; 25.320722 (Vidzemes aeroklubs)
Degumnieki Degumnieku lidlauks 56°48′17″N 026°46′17″E / 56.80472°N 26.77139°E / 56.80472; 26.77139 (Degumnieku lidlauks)

See also


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