Tag: Lithuanian Airports

Kaunas Airport has already surpassed the pre-pandemic levels

In April this year, passenger and flight traffic continued to grow at all Lithuanian Airports. Compared to the same period last year, the total number of passengers increased sixfold and reached 447,000 last month, while the number of flights more than doubled as more than 4.3 thousand flights we...

New flight destinations launched at Lithuanian airports

Since the end of October, the number of direct and regular flights at Lithuanian airports has increased. As the intensive recovery of the aviation sector continues, it is planned that as many as eleven new destinations will be launched from Vilnius and Kaunas airports before the end of the year, ...

Lithuanian Airports announces tender for aviation fuel infrastructure lease

Lithuanian Airports are launching an international tender to lease the existing fuel storage facilities at Vilnius and Palanga airports for ten years to manage the existing infrastructure as efficiently as possible. According to Dainius Ciuplys, Head of the Operations and Infrastructure Departmen...

Lithuanian airports’ April statistics: gradual recovery has begun

Lithuanian airports’ April statistics: gradual recovery has begun

As vaccination campaigns accelerate in the European continent, the challenges of the pandemic for travellers in some countries are gradually shrinking. When comparing aviation flows in March and April of this year at three Lithuanian airports, in the last month there has already been a higher flo...

Kaunas Airport seeks investor as it prepares for MRO infrastructure expansion

Lithuanian Airports have launched a land lease auction as Kaunas Airport aims to further develop infrastructure for aircraft maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO). The airport operator aims to attract foreign and Lithuanian investors via the launched auction. Kaunas Airport is already the large...

Lithuanian Airports expect traffic growth in Q2

Due to a complicated pandemic situation in the world, during the first quarter of this year, Lithuanian Airports recorded lower flight flows, number of passengers and quantities of cargo transported by air compared to the last quarter of 2020. The stagnation recorded by Lithuanian Airports at the...

Vilnius Airport: Construction of new passenger departure terminal suspended

Lithuanian Airports and a construction company Mitnija agreed to terminate the contract for the construction of a new passenger departure terminal at Vilnius Airport. Such a decision was made because the financial challenges in the aviation sector due to the pandemic aggravated the search for the...

“Rezus.lt” wins tender to provide Coronavirus testing services at Lithuanian Airports

Lithuanian Airports have announced that the medical testing company „Rezus.lt“ has won a public tender to provide Coronavirus testing services at the country’s airports. Coronavirus testing is scheduled to begin near Vilnius Airport by the end of February, and by April – at Kaunas and Palang...

Lithuanian Airports join EASA Aviation Industry Charter for COVID-19

Lithuanian Airports have officially joined the Charter initiated by the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and undertook the commitment to ensure the highest epidemiological safety standards, as well as to exchange information with other members of the Charter in order to manage the challe...

Lithuanian Airports see a recovery in passenger numbers and routes in July

Reviewing the aviation statistics of July, Lithuanian Airports recorded that the recovery of passenger flows in Lithuania takes place a bit quicker than generally in Europe. Almost 168 thousand passengers travelled via the three airports of the country within the last month of July (while in June ...

Lithuanian Airports join project dedicated to people with hidden disabilities

The national airports operator further pursues the goal to ensure a smooth travelling experience for passengers with special needs, therefore they commence the cooperation with international social project the Hidden Disabilities Sunflower. The purpose of this project is to assist people with hidde...

Winter season news in the sky of Lithuanian Airports: long-time favorite and new directions

Winter season news in the sky of Lithuanian Airports: long-time favorite and new directions

Airports in Lithuania have good news for those who plan holiday or business trips during the cold season - in cooperation with air carriers, 6 new directions have been introduced, and the timetable of some of the most popular directions has been updated. This year more than 5 million passengers ...

Lithuanian Airports welcomes 1.3m passengers in Q1 2019

Lithuanian Airports welcomes 1.3m passengers in Q1 2019

After the first three months of this year Lithuanian Airports record a targeted growth in the company’s results and carried more than 1.322 million passengers. That is seven per cent more than last year during the same time frame. The biggest growth was at Vilnius Airport, which welcomed more ...

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