Airport news

2018 08 16

Revenue of Lithuanian Airports for the first half of 2018 has exceeded 20 million EUR
Lithuanian Airports has finalised their work results in the first half of 2018 and announced that the company’s revenue has gone over 20 million EUR, which is 23 per cent more compared to last year’s numbers. The growth of these indicators was mainly influenced by a 16 per cent increase in the number of passengers and a 9 per cent increase in the number of flights served. Income from non-aviation activities has also increased.

2018 08 10

A tender is announced for airlines to fly from Vilnius to London City
Lithuanian Airports have announced an invitation to take part in a public tender where the winning air carrier will start operating flights from Vilnius to London City Airport next year. The new route was recognised as vital for economic and social development of the country by the Ministry of Economy and the Ministry of Transport and Communications.

2018 08 03

Passengers will contribute to improving the quality of airport services
From the beginning of July, passengers of Vilnius, Kaunas and Palanga airports have a chance to rate the quality of airport services they receive. This can be done by using instant quality assessment devices, equipped throughout the airports. These devices not only allow the administration to respond to passenger assessments on a daily basis and make prompt decisions, but also to improve the quality of airport services in the long run.

2018 07 12

New member has joined the Lithuanian Airports Board
A new member has now joined the Lithuanian Airports Board. Adamas Ilkevičius has over twenty years of international work experience and most recently has been working with state-run and large-scale companies, managing and controlling the efficiency of operations and integrating changes.

2018 07 12

Vilnius Airport introduces new parking spaces for meeting the passengers
Very soon, guests driving to pick someone up from Vilnius Airport will be able to use a larger short-term car park. Car park, located right in front of the Arrivals Terminal, will be equipped with 10 new parking spaces by the end of July.

2018 07 05

Automatic boarding control gates - the latest smart innovation at Vilnius Airport
Reconstruction of Vilnius Airport terminal, which started at the beginning of this year, will transform the country’s main airport into a more convenient and innovative space for passengers. Incorporation of automatic boarding control gates will be one of major innovations set to be introduced to the airport’s passengers and will make the document check process noticeably faster. Innovative self-service system processes passenger information by analysing their biometric data.

2018 07 04

New “Crustum Café” opens at Vilnius Airport to the delight of guests awaiting arrivals
Now the airport will be even more convenient for both arriving passengers and those coming to meet them. Last week, a second “Crustum Bakery” opened its doors at Vilnius Airport, this time located at the Arrivals Terminal. Its working hours will be coordinated with the night flight schedule.

2018 06 18

Flights from Vilnius to Moscow will become even more frequent by midsummer
Flights form Vilnius to Moscow will soon become even more frequent. From 1 June, Aeroflot, the largest airline in Russia, will start operating flights to Moscow not two, but three times a day. Recently, there has been an increase of passengers taking this route, so an additional flight will make planing your journey even easier.

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 06 12

Laura Joffė starts her new job as Executive Director of Lithuanian Airports
Lithuanian Airports have a new Executive Director. On 12 June, Laura Joffė started her new job as Executive Director of Lithuanian Airports, the company uniting all three Lithuanian airports. Notably, Laura Joffė has worked for the company in the past. Over the course of her professional career, Laura Joffė gathered many years of experience working for companies in a variety of sectors. Therefore, there is no doubt that her move to Lithuanian Airports will strengthen the company’s team and help it achieve the goals set.