An agreement has been signed between the CINEA and SEA to finance airport vehicle charging columns.
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Riga International Airport (RIX)
Riga Airport’s medium-term strategy until 2027, ‘Runway 2027’, provides for the development of the airport city concept ‘RIX Airport City’, which offers not only aviation services, but also creates business ecosystems, ensures excellent connections, and offers new opportunities both for the residents and development of new businesses.
Riga International Airport looks ahead to the future of the construction of its new airport passenger terminal, with an area of 30,000 m2 and the capacity to serve up to 12 million passengers annually.
The new lines will make the baggage drop off process at Riga Airport significantly more convenient and faster.
As a result of implementing TAV Technologies' Airport Management Solutions, Riga Airport has been recognised as A-CDM compliant.
EASA's new guidance addresses unauthorised drone usage in the vicinity of airports, including by accident, with deliberate intent to disrupt, and criminal or terrorist motivation.
The EASA Charter, which has currently been signed by 22 European airports and airport operators, includes the certification of the members’ ability to ensure the highest epidemiological safety standards and provides information exchange to improve the joint industry measures aimed at ensuring maximum safety during the global pandemic.
The developments are expected to begin in 2021 and will connect passengers of the airport to the city centre, with the total estimation being €280 million.
An agreement has been made to develop a new sorting facility at Riga Airport which will allow for more efficient shipment handling.
3 January 2017 | By International Airport Review
Demonstrating its leading position in the Baltic region, Riga achieved a new passenger traffic record of more than 5.3 million passengers...
In this Airfield Lighting supplement, Dzintra Jātniece from Riga International Airport describes their successful upgrade to CAT II standard, and Khrishan Tangri from Brisbane Airport Corporation explains how they have developed an award winning maintenance cycle...
With an ageing lighting system causing visibility problems at Riga International Airport, the time had come to invest in a major upgrade to bring it up to CAT II standard. However, the single runway airport, the busiest in the Baltic region, – had to remain fully operational. Dzintra Jātniece, Director…
26 September 2014 | By Riga International Airport
Construction works have been started regarding a project “Expansion of a passenger terminal of SJSC “Riga International Airport” 5th level – Northern terminal, 1st level of building”...