Latvian carrier Air Baltic is to restore services to the Irish capital, Dublin, after an absence of several years.

The airline says it will re-open the link from Riga at the end of March next year.

Air Baltic will use Airbus A220s on the connection, which will be served four-times weekly.

It says the route has demonstrated “strong demand” for several years.

FlightGlobal’s routes database shows that Ryanair also operates between the two cities, using Boeing 737s.

Source: Cirium Dashboard