We would like to inform you that due to precautionary measures announced by the Government of Lithuania to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus in the country, Palanga Tourism Information Center from the 16 March 2020 until the end of the quarantine period will be closed.
Lithuanian Airports received a brand-new, modern airport fire rescue vehicle. The vehicle is now fully ready for service. The new Rosenbauer Panther will be stationed at Palanga Airport. Similar or identical models of the Austrian manufacturer are in service at some of the world’s busiest airports, like London, Dubai and Singapore.
The number of passengers and flights increased in all three Lithuanian Airports during the last year, the highest increase was witnessed in Kaunas and Palanga Airports, and the whole network of the Airports offered as much as 92 unique destinations. The national Airports perceive year 2020 as a period of the further growth and expect a total inc...
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.
Palanga tourism information center
Vytauto Str. 94, LT-00132 Palanga
Tel. +370 460 48811