Cheap Flights from Riga to Dublin
Flights from Riga to Dublin are operated by 3 airliners – Ryanair, Air Baltic and airBaltic. The most popular are provided by Ryanair. They operate around 1 flight a day departing from Riga International and arriving at Dublin. In the morning there is 1 flight, 0 flights in the evening and 0 flights at night with the earliest departuare at 11:25 and latest departure at 11:25. Please be aware that flight times and the number of flights will vary between summer and winter months. The most common flight number for this flight is FR 1977.
Other airliners offer less frequent flights but departure times may be more desirable. airBaltic offers 1 flight a day from Riga International to Dublin between the hours of 23:20 and 23:20. The flight number for this flight is BT 661.
Ryanair flight prices from Riga International to Dublin can be found at www.ryanair.com
Below you find a list of all the airliners that operate flights from Riga to Dublin and how many flights depart on a per day basis.
You will find alternative routes from Riga to Dublin that require 1 or more stops. On some occassions the timing may be more convenient or a quicker route. The table below shows some of the alternative route that are possible.
Return flight are operated by 2 airliners which include Ryanair and airBaltic. More information on return flights can be found on our Flights from Dublin to Riga page.
Arriving at Dublin
Should you require a car at Dublin we recommend booking in advanced. Car hire is generally cheaper to pre book and you can find some of the best deals on our page. If you are being collected then they can made use of our Dublin Airport Arrivals page which provides live information of your flight.
On arriving at Dublin allow for the difference in the time zone. Dublin is GMT +0.0 compared to GMT +2.0 at Riga.
Getting to your destination from Dublin Airport Airport should be relatively straight forward and quick. Dublin Airport is close to the city center where most people will be traveling. If you are looking for accommodation then there should be sufficient accommodation available even though Dublin is a relatively small city with a population of around 0.