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Lithuanian Airports rank among the European leaders in passenger growth

In the first half of this year, Lithuanian Airports operated more than 2.3 million passengers, 24,000 flights, and transported about 9.9 thousand tonnes of cargo. Aviation experts say that the current trends can be described as a period of growth rather than recovery. Lithuanian airports are among the leaders According to Aurimas Stikliūnas, Interim Head […]

2022 IQ overview of Lithuanian Airports: Lithuanians do not save money on air travel

In the first quarter of this year, Lithuanian Airports continued to record the recovery of the aviation sector. Passenger traffic increased by 5.5 times and the number of flights by almost 2.5 times compared to the same period last year. According to experts, in both February and March, passenger traffic at Lithuanian Airports exceeded the […]

Lithuanian Airports to analyse options for the network master plan

Lithuanian Airports has announced an international procurement for the analysis and preparation of the network master plan. This study is expected to provide guidelines for the development of the airport network ten years into the future. The document will provide an overview of the current infrastructure capacity and assess the long-term prospects for expansion under […]

New company selected to manage aviation fuel infrastructure in Vilnius and Palanga as the airports prepare to supply sustainable aviation fuel

A company called ‘Baltjet‘ won the public contract through the international call for tenders procedure for the management of aviation fuel supply infrastructure (fuel farms) at Vilnius and Palanga airports, which was launched by Lithuanian Airports. In addition to the usual processes of aviation fuel supply, the new operator has committed itself to contribute to […]

Lithuanian Airports announces tender for aviation fuel infrastructure lease

Lithuanian Airports are launching an international tender to lease the existing fuel storage facilities at Vilnius and Palanga airports for ten years to manage the existing infrastructure as efficiently as possible. According to Dainius Ciuplys, Head of the Operations and Infrastructure Department of Lithuanian Airports, one of the tender objectives is to attract international, experienced […]

Financial results of Lithuanian Airports for 2020: Revenues decreased, steady recovery expected this year

Despite the challenges faced by the aviation sector, the gross revenue of Lithuanian Airports amounted to EUR 22.7 million last year (54% less than in the record-breaking year 2019). Lithuanian Airports incurred a loss of EUR 9.8 million in 2020 due to the result of the asset depreciation test. It highlights that despite the challenges of the pandemic, airports […]

Latvian A.C.B. won the tender to reconstruct Palanga Airport runway 

A Latvian company A.C.B., which already has similar experience in reconstructing Vilnius Airport runway in 2017, won the contract for reconstruction of Palanga Airport runway in the call for tenders that was issued in autumn of the last year. During this project, one taxiway and some parts of the apron are also planned to be […]

Norwegian Air Shuttle will launch a new destination: it will fly from Vilnius to Bergen

Already at the beginning of October, the second largest city in Norway – Bergen – will be accessible by a direct flight from Vilnius. Norwegian Air Shuttle, an airline that continues to develop routes in Lithuania, will operate passenger flights twice a week.  The first flight on the completely new route Vilnius-Bergen is scheduled for […]

Lithuanian Airports see a recovery in passenger numbers and routes in July

Reviewing the aviation statistics of July, Lithuanian Airports recorded that the recovery of passenger flows in Lithuania takes place a bit quicker than generally in Europe. Almost 168 thousand passengers travelled via the three airports of the country within the last month of July (while in June – 42.6 thousand).   The statistics of the […]