The booking reference consists of 6 symbols (letters and/or digits), and the ticket number consists of 3 + 10 digits, separated by a hyphen.
- Online check-in for airBaltic flights opens 5 days (118 hours) before the scheduled departure. The online check-in deadline corresponds to the check-in deadline at the respective airport.
- Online check-in for both the outbound and return flights at once is available if there are fewer than 118 hours until the scheduled departure of the return flight at the moment of check-in, and both flights are operated by airBaltic.
- Online check-in for codeshare flights (flights operated by another airline) is available 24 hours before the scheduled departure.
- On connecting flights where the second flight is operated by another airline, check-in for both flights at once is available 24 hours before departure.
- Check-in at the airport costs 30 EUR per passenger per direction. Passenger groups exempt from the airport check-in fee are listed in the section “Airport check-in fee”.
- If you want to check in your bags, leave them at the baggage drop-off counter at Riga Airport or an economy class check-in counter at other airports free of charge.
- Online check-in is available on most airBaltic routes. A complete list of destinations is available below.
- Passengers checking in at destinations where online check-in is not available or who are exempt from the airport check-in fee can check in at the airport free of charge.
Please note that you will have to present either a printed or a mobile boarding pass before the security check and at the boarding gate.
Online check-in is available for airBaltic operated flights out of: Amsterdam, Athens, Baku, Barcelona, Berlin, Billund, Brussels, Budapest, Copenhagen, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Helsinki, Kiev, Larnaca, London, Malta, Milan, Minsk, Moscow, Munich, Nice, Oslo, Palanga, Palma de Mallorca, Paris, Prague, Riga, Reykjavik, Rhodes, Rome, St. Petersburg, Stockholm, Tallinn, Tatry/Poprad, Tbilisi, Tel Aviv, Thessaloniki, Turku, Venice, Verona, Vienna, Vilnius, Warsaw, Zurich.
Mobile boarding passes (QR codes and Passbook/Passwallet) are available for airBaltic flights operated out of: Amsterdam, Athens, Baku, Barcelona, Berlin, Billund, Brussels, Budapest, Copenhagen, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Helsinki, Kiev, Larnaca, London, Malta, Milan, Minsk, Munich, Nice, Oslo, Palma de Mallorca, Paris, Prague, Riga, Reykjavik, Rhodes, Rome, Stockholm, Tallinn, Tatry/Poprad, Turku, Venice, Vienna, Vilnius, Warsaw, Zurich.
Certain passenger groups are not eligible to use online check-in:
- passengers who have requested special assistance, services or any kind of medical assistance to be provided (e.g. a wheelchair);
- passengers with an extra seat in the cabin (either for baggage, a baby basket, carrycot or other purposes);
- passengers transporting a pet;
- passengers using the unaccompanied minor service;
- passengers travelling from destinations where online check-in is not available;
- passengers on charter flights;
- passengers transporting a cello;
- passengers with identical name and surname in one booking;
- passengers transporting weapons;
- children booked in a separate reservation.
We invite these passengers to check in at the airport free of charge.
airBaltic performs check-in to the final destination for all airBaltic operated connecting flights, e.g. a passenger can check in from Helsinki to Paris when flying via Riga and for most of the connecting flights where the second flight is operated by another airline.