Airport news

2018 06 13

Consultation with Vilnius Airport clients
State Enterprise Lithuanian Airports announces that pursuant to the Order No 3-118 approved by the Minister of Transport and Communications of the Republic of Lithuania, the formal consultation meeting between Vilnius airport and Vilnius airport users on Vilnius Airport Reconstruction Project will be held at 13:30 local time on 21 June 2018 at Vilnius airport premises.

2018 05 25

Lithuanian Airports to transfer record dividends to the state budget
In 2017, Lithuanian Airports enjoyed record numbers of passengers and this year they will submit the largest contribution to the state budget in the company’s history. It amounts to 3.4 million EUR, which is 1.7 million EUR more compared to the year before.

2018 05 11

Vilnius Airport terminal is undergoing renovation
The terminal will offer a wider range of services and products to the airport’s customers. This will be achieved because of the terminal’s renovation that started in March earlier this year. Although not visible to passengers, workers have been busy and have already dismantled the old terminal divider screens, escalator, and engineering systems. In addition, they began shaping the space for the new shops, as well as installing new floors and passenger lifts.

2018 04 27

Joy for families as Vilnius Airport opens a new play area
Families travelling through Vilnius Airport with young children will soon have a chance to relax before their flight. A new play area has been opened inside the airport allowing little ones to draw, explore with building blocks, or try the play station. Without doubt, some games will be attractive not just for little children, but teenagers and their parents as well.

2018 04 11

Lithuanian Airports enjoy an increase in the passenger and flight numbers in the first quarter of 2018
Following a consistent increase in the passenger and flight numbers throughout the recent years, Lithuanian Airports are continuing the trend this year. In the first quarter of 2018, all three Lithuanian airports served 8 % more flights and 16 % more passengers compared to last year’s numbers. Such optimistic results suggest that by the end of the year the number of passengers served will get close to 6 million.

2018 04 09

Flights renewal from Vilnius to Saint Petersburg
From June 01, 2018 Aviation Company «RusLine» offers the flights with the direction Vilnius - Saint Petersburg. Flights to Pulkovo airport will be operated on comfortable Canadian aircrafts Bombardier CRJ-100/200 three times a week. The flight time will be 1 hour 20 minutes.

2018 04 06

An Innovative Baggage Management System - at Vilnius Airport
Although the Vilnius Airport Departure Terminal will be completely renovated only in 2021, its modern facilities and innovations are being taken care of today. The capital's airport has annouced a public procurement tender for the acquisition of a new outbound baggage registration and transportation system. After its introduction, the process of registration for the flight will be faster, as passengers will be able to independently register their luggage in self-service kiosks and take it to the baggage department.

2018 03 14

Ryanair, Europe’s favourite airline, today (23 Mar) launched a new route from Vilnius to Kiev as the airline announced that it will now fly to Ukraine, its 36th country.  

2018 03 14

Vilnius Airport Reconstruction Begins with Changes in the Departures Terminal
First steps were taken in the reconstruction of the Vilnius Airport terminal building. On Wednesday night, the central part of the departures terminal was shut for renovation. Now the waiting area designated for the non-Schengen flights can be accessed once passengers go through the temporary passport checking posts. Vilnius Airport representatives hope that reconstruction works will not cause any inconvenience to the airport’s passengers.

2018 03 01

Ryanair launches Lithuania W18 schedule
Ryanair, Europe’s No. 1 airline, today (1 March) launched its Lithuanian winter 2018 schedule with 2 new routes from Vilnius to Amman and Venice Treviso and 4 new routes from Kaunas to Bologna, Milan Malpensa, Paphos and Tel Aviv. Ryanair will operate a total of 35 winter routes from Lithuania which will help deliver over 2m customers p.a. through it’s three Lithuanian airports next year.