After the nation-wide quarantine in Lithuania has been lifted, wearing a protective face mask at Lithuanian Airports remains mandatory for all passengers older than 6 years of age. Passengers can temporarily remove face masks while visiting the airports' cafes and restaurants. 

All passengers must fill-in the online form* before travelling to Lithuania here.

*This is a mandatory safety measure set by the Republic of Lithuania.

The airlines which have resumed regular services from Kaunas Airport:

  • Ryanair – flights to/from Alicante (ALC), Bristol (BRS), Dublin (DUB), Edinburgh (EDI), London (LTN and STN), Milan (MXP), Palma de Mallorca (PMI), Paphos (PFO), Rhodes (RHO) and Shannnon (SNN).
    Find the flight schedule and purchase your flight tickets here:
  • Wizz Air – flights to/from Alesund (AES), Bergen (BGO), Stavanger (SVG), Turku (TKU) and London (LTN). Find the flight schedule and purchase your flight tickets here:

Information about the resumption of passenger flights changes rapidly, so please regularly check the information being provided by your air carrier and the airport.

Please note that the most accurate information in our flight schedule is provided only 48 hrs before a planned flight. 

Koronaviruso paveiktos šalys, iš kurių parvykus būtina izoliacija

  • Relevant information from the Ministry of Foreigh Affairs of Lithuania can be found here.
  • Relevant information about Covid-19 in Lithuania and the latest travel updates can be found here.


Passengers travelling through Lithuanian Airports must adhere to the following rules:

  • Only the passengers with a valid ticket (or seeking to puchase a ticket) are allowed into the departures terminal;
  • Only the passengers wearing personal protective equipment (PPE) are allowed into the terminal and this is valid at all times while in the terminal building;
  • All arriving passengers pass the border control (until full border control is applicable);
  • Self-isolation of 14 days is applicable for pasengers arriving from most-affected countries.

The following health safety measures are present at Lithuanian Airports:

  • Hand disinfectants are available for passengers throughout the terminal building. Passengers are strongly advised to regularly wash or disinfect hands;
  • Terminal premises, horizontal and vertical surfaces are regularly cleaned using disinfectants preventively each day;
  • Preventive notifications are voiced over the audio system and video messages are shown on the screens at the terminal;
  • A limited number of registration tables are in use at the same time, tables for different flights are placed at maximum distance from each other;
  • Queue barriers are placed in front of the tables, supplemented with disinfectant and marking every 1-2 meters, also information on keeping distance is provided;
  • Organic glass shields are installed on the registration, security check, and boarding tables;
  • All staff wear PPE which is mandatory;
  • Possibility to purchase PPE is present in the terminal building;
  • Every second chair on the benches is marked as not to be used;
  • Special bins are placed at the arrivals terminal for throwing away (when changing) used PPE.



(last updated 15-09-2020)

Lithuania allows arrivals of all the citizens of the countries of the European Economic Area, the Swiss Confederation and of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (EEA), and persons lawfully residing in these countries, except that those, who arrive from countries with COVID-19 incidence rate above 25 cases/100 000 population, will have to self-isolate for 14 days. 

As of 14 Septembercountries are deemed to be virus-affected, where coronavirus incidence rate exceeds 25 cases (instead of the previous 16) per 100 000 population in the last 14 days. The list of the affected countries is published here.

Foreigners arriving in the Republic of Lithuania from the affected countries must have a test for Covid-19  taken at maximum 72 hours before the entry to Lithuania. A negative test result will not free from the obligation to self-isolate for 14 days.

For the citizens of Lithuania and persons lawfully residing in Lithuania returning to or arriving in Lithuania, this test will not be mandatory, but 14-day isolation will remain as a requirement.

Both the citizens of Lithuania and foreigners have a possibility of shortening the isolation time by taking a coronavirus test no earlier than after 8 days. In the case of a negative result, the isolation time for them can be shortened to 10 days.

Read more here


Transit through the territory of the Republic of Lithuania:

For any clarification required in any individual case, please call Vilnius State Border Guard Service checkpoint tel. +370 655 00176, available 24/7, or visit their website

Last updated: 2020 09 15 17:06