Starting from Autumn, six new routes will become available at Vilnius and Kaunas airports. Ryanair will serve two new routes from Vilnius and four new routes from Kaunas.

Starting from November passengers will be able to reach Birmingham and Eindhoven in Netherlands from Vilnius. Flights to this city will be operated three times a week, on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, meanwhile to Birmingham passengers will travel two times a week (on Tuesdays and Saturdays).

According to current plans of the company, four new routes will be offered from Kaunas Airport. Starting from October 31st, flights to the capital of Spain, Madrid, will start (on Thursdays and Sundays), meanwhile starting from November 1st, the company will offer flights to Aalborg in Denmark and Gothenburg in Sweden. The company plans to operate these flights two times a week, on Mondays and Fridays. Starting from November 2nd, from Kaunas passengers will be able to reach the capital of Hungary, Budapest. Flights to this city will take place on Tuesdays and Saturdays.

Timetables of these newest flights are accessible on Ryanair’s official website.

What passengers should know before the flight?

Representatives of Lithuanian Airports point out that due to additional travel document checks before the flight, procedures in the airports can take longer than before the pandemic.

Passengers are asked to consider the time needed for conducting a Covid test and receiving its result, and to include this time into an usual recommended arrival time to the airport. Travelers are recommended to arrive at the airport at least 2 hours in advance before their scheduled flight.

All passengers are asked to check the newest requirements imposed to arriving travelers by other countries. It is recommended to check the official information sources of institutions based in other countries and if there is a need, to speak to representatives of the air carrier which sold the flight ticket.

About Lithuanian Airports

The network of Lithuanian Airports consists of three international airports in Vilnius, Kaunas and Palanga. In 2020 Lithuanian airports served 1.8 million passengers and 30 thousand flights.

Last updated: 2021 08 17 09:37

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