Riga Airport and Airport Coordination Ltd. have extended the contract for the collection and processing of flight data for three years.
"While implementing the Airport development projects provided for in the medium-term strategy "Runway 2027", including planning to start the construction of the new Airport terminal in the next few years, cooperation with ACL in the collection and processing of flight data will allow us to effectively plan cooperation with the airlines operating in Riga and fully utilize the capacity of the Airport's existing infrastructure", says Laila Odiņa, Chairperson of the Board of Riga Airport.
Neil Garwood, CEO of Airport Coordination Limited said, ‘ACL is delighted to continue its successful partnership with Riga Airport, achieving the best solutions for the airport and its airline partners. We are proud to support the airports’ strategic development plans over the next three years and look forward to ensuring coordination excellence at Riga Airport for many years to come.’
About Airport Coordination Ltd
ACL is the world’s first independent airport slot coordinator. It is headquartered in Staines, Middlesex, near London Heathrow Airport. ACL provides world-leading coordination, facilitation, and data collection services at 72 airports across four continents from its offices in the UK, New Zealand and the United Arab Emirates. Coordination at Riga Airport is one of many airports supported across Europe, enhancing ACL’s global position as the world’s leading and largest independent coordinator.
About Riga Airport
Riga Airport is a fast-growing Northern European air traffic hub, connecting the Baltic countries with European business centres and popular holiday destinations. Being aware of its role and responsibility in the national economy of Latvia, Riga Airport develops sustainable services and infrastructure, taking care of its employees and the environment, and keeping pace with society and the local community. By joining the Net Zero 2050 initiative, Riga Airport has committed to achieving climate neutrality by 2050.