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Airfield Lighting supplement 2015

2 June 2015 | By

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...

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Winter Operations supplement 2013

17 February 2013 | By

Communication and coordination are key to a successful winter season (Nicky Cooper, Head of Network Operations Management, EUROCONTROL); Riga: Prepared for the winter season (Dzintra Jātniece, Director of the Airfield Management Department, Riga Airport); Keeping Norway open (Terje Selnes, Senior Advisor – Ground Services, Avinor HK)...

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Riga International Airport – the air traffic hub of the Baltic region

26 May 2009 | By Krišjanis Peters, Chairman of the Board, Riga International Airport

Over the last five years Riga International Airport has presented one of the highest growth rates in the industry, by consistently increasing the number of passengers on average by 20% a year. Since 2004 Riga International Airport has raised the passenger number five times, reaching 3.6 million in 2008 and…

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Riga International Airport: becoming a lead player

30 November 2007 | By Krišjanis Peters, Chairman of the Board

From the capital of Latvia, Riga, you can reach “Riga International Airport” in 7 minutes. Latvia is located between the Baltic States (Lithuania and Estonia) and therefore it can cover larger territories. Approximately 2.5 million people in the Baltic States live within a two-hour drive and 3.6 million people live…

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Riga: The crossroads of The Baltic

16 March 2005 | By Dzintars Pomers CEO, Riga International Airport and Governing Board Member, ACI World

The wave of EU accession that has swept Riga International Airport into its position of enviable growth has not been secured complacently, but with constant development, careful planning and the continual innovation necessary to move on from its Soviet heritage, Riga Airport CEO Dzintars Pomers writes.

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