Airport news

2016 10 25

Vilnius, 25 October 2016: Wizz Air, the largest low-cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe, today announced further expansion of its route network from Lithuania. The airline will start operating route from Vilnius to Warsaw. The new service will commence on 18 September, 2017 and operate with four weekly flights. Tickets are already on sale at starting at only EUR 19.99*.

2016 10 24

Lithuanian Airports and the Cluster “Airport Inno Lab” will Promote Innovations
The innovation cluster “Airport Inno Lab”, which creates smart transport systems and information and communication technologies in the airport sphere, plans to increase the scope of innovative solutions and product development. “Airport Inno Lab” seeks to receive an investment of EUR 100 thousand from the European Union structural funds (EU SF).

2016 10 19

Vilnius Airport – even more family-friendly
As from now, Vilnius Airport focuses even more on passengers travelling with young children. The marking of a family queue at the Airport has already been changed, while parents are offered functional solutions that will make travelling with children easier.

2016 10 18

On October 19-20, border guards will restore internal border controls in Vilnius Airport for a while
Tactical exercises “Temporary restoration of internal border controls” of Vilnius team of the State Border Guard Service (SBGS) will be held on October 19-20, from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m.

2016 10 14

Lithuanian Airports are not slowing down: the number of passengers has been increasing
In September, a growth in the number of passengers has been observed in all Lithuanian Airports compared to the same period of last year. The greatest increase was noted in the number of people traveling from Vilnius Airport to Stockholm, Tallinn, Kiev and Oslo and those going from Kaunas to London and Copenhagen. Palanga Airport continues surprising with its growth rate (of 61 percent) being the second in Europe. It was outrun solely by Oradea Airport in Romania.  

2016 10 12

At Vilnius Airport – an option of having the purchased goods delivered home
Vilnius Airport provides yet another convenient new service to passengers. From now on, the goods bought in duty-free shops before your flight may be delivered directly to your home.

2016 10 06

During the reconstruction of Vilnius Airport, the majority of flights will be diverted to Kaunas
During the period from 14 July till 18 August 2017, when the runway of Vilnius Airport will be under reconstruction, the majority of airlines will divert their flights to Kaunas Airport. Even though during the reconstruction, the schedule and frequency of flights will be somewhat different, connections to the major cities of Europe will remain great, and the number of flights going in certain directions may even increase.

2016 10 03

Wizz Air starts new Vilnius route to Bari in Italy
Wizz Air, the largest low-cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe, today started operating a new route from its Vilnius base. The newest WIZZ service connects the Lithuanian capital with Bari in Italy. Starting today, the new route will operate year round, two times a week, on Mondays and Fridays providing Lithuanian customers with a convenient schedule for weekend getaways.

2016 10 03

airBaltic Adds Routes for 2017
For the next summer season, starting on  March 26, 2017, the Baltic airline airBaltic will introduce at least eight new routes, thus improving connections to the Baltic region.

2016 09 29

Vilnius Airport is in search for contractors for reconstruction of its runway
Works of the second stage of reconstruction of the runway at Vilnius Airport to be carried out in the summer of 2017 are expected to cost nearly EUR 24 million. Having announced an open and public tender for the procurement of reconstruction contract works, a contractor, the quality of works and reputation whereof would raise no doubt, is searched for.