History - After 1990

After independence restoration in 1990 the Aviation Center “Spilve” was used as a private flight and parachute training airport. In 2001 the airport terminal building was used by Latvian New Theatre Institute for the show "Thirsty Birds" and festival "Homo Novus" final event. In 2002 Riga City Council Property Department leased Spilve airport building for 25 years to SIA Baltic Project Office.

Apron in 2009

News

26.12.2018
Runway is not safe for flight operations as it is covered with a thick layer of wet snow.
08.01.2018
Messages to [email protected] are not received currently.
19.09.2017
21SEP 1600 (local) till 22SEP 1500 (local) runway closed due to pavement reconstruction near threshold 14.
24.07.2017
July 25 1900-2000 (local time) runway will be closed due to pavement maintenance.
23.07.2017
July 24 1800-2000 (local time) runway will be closed due to pavement maintenance.
08.03.2017
Aerodrome license expired.
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