Vilnius Airport

Number of passengers travelling from Vilnius Airport by public transport has increased almost four times

Naturally the airport in Vilnius is the centre of intensive movement to and from which thousands of people travel every day. The range of transport means they use partially characterises the whole system of city transport. The latest research has revealed a significantly higher passengers’ confidence in Vilnius public transport over the last seven years, a press release from Lietuvos Oro Uostai states. […]

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Foreign affairs

Ex-formin rejects suspicions over CIA prison outside Vilnius

Antanas Valionis, a former Lithuanian foreign minister, has rejected suspicions that the US Central Intelligence operated a secret prison for terror suspects in Lithuania between 2005 and 2006. […]

Kaunas Airport

Kaunas Airport celebrating the first week – concerns over the airport were baseless

No traffic jams, panic, tension or major misunderstandings. This is how the week passed in Karmėlava (Kaunas) Airport which is temporarily handling flights redirected from the currently being reconstructed Vilnius Airport, the leaders of Kaunas […]

Flooded Vilnius, again

Downpour in Vilnius prevents landing of 6 flights

The heavy rainfall in Lithuania on Tuesday evening prevented six airplanes from landing at the Vilnius international airport. In early hours of Wednesday, four of the planes returned to Vilnius, however, two morning flights to Warsaw and Riga were canceled, as the airplanes intended for the flights decided not to return to the Lithuanian capital. […]

Taxis at the Vilnius Airport

Taxi prices at Vilnius airport could be regulated

Lithuania’s Transport and Communications Minister Rokas Masiulis and Vilnius Mayor Remigijus Šimašius say that prices for taxis working at the Vilnius airport could be regulated, saying that a trip to the city center could cost 8-9 euros. […]

Foreign affairs

300 Lithuanian tourists head for Turkey despite attempted coup

Over 300 tourists from Lithuania left for Turkey on Saturday despite reports of a coup attempt in the country.

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