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.
The first half of 2019 has once again been a record high yet again. All aviation indicators, compared to the same period of most successful year so far – 2018, increased: more flights were served, the number of passengers and directions of flights increased.
Precisely 5 years have passed since the time when on 1 July 2014, the merger of all the Lithuanian airports into one company – Lithuanian Airports – was announced. The results show that the unification of Vilnius, Kaunas and Palanga Airports has proven successful: from the merger up to now, Lithuanian Airports calculate a profit (EBI...
From this autumn, a new air bridge that will connect Palanga Airport and the city of Bergen in Norway is launched. Flights from Palanga to the second largest Norway’s city will be operated by the airline Norwegian Air Shuttle. Flights will be conducted from October twice a week – on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Kaunas and Palanga air gates join the international Airport Carbon Accreditation programme for the management of airport greenhouse gas (GHG) emission, whereas Vilnius Airport has been officially invited to enter already the second stage of this programme. By participating in this programme three airports of our country calculate the annual quan...
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