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Lithuanian Airports has announced a new study, which is expected to provide a master plan that will outline the development of the airport network 10 years into the future.
Palanga Airport has completed its major modernisation reconstruction phase, as air gates resumed operations on 21 October 2021 with an upgraded runway, a repaired apron, and LED lighting systems.
Palanga Airport has now begun significant reconstruction work to renovate and modernise the airport’s runway, taxiway, and platform.
From 6 September 2021, Palanga Airport operations will be suspended for 45 days, due to modernisation construction work beginning under the requirements of the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA).
The renovation of the essential infrastructure of Palanga Airport is a necessary measure planned to ensure safety and improve environmental solutions.
The AI assistant has been integrated on the websites of Vilnius, Kaunas and Palanga airports, and will support passengers in planning their trips seamlessly.
The reconstruction of Palanga Airport's runway, taxiway and parts of its apron will begin in autumn 2021, with airport operations to be suspended for up to 45 days.
In addition to a new airport management system, new Information Display Systems have also been installed by Lithuanian Airports at Vilnius, Kaunas and Palanga Airports.
In the most recent instalment of International Airport Review’s exclusive series, Marius Gelžinis, CEO of Lithuanian Airports, is optimistic of the sector’s recovery post-COVID-19 as he evaluates the balance of passengers’ needs and desire to travel, while keeping safety as the highest priority.
The reconstruction of Palanga Airport's runway, as well as one taxiway and parts of the apron, will take 45 days and €13.6 million to complete.
The year 2019 saw Lithuanian Airports support its highest number of PRMs across its network of airports, with as many as 56 per cent being satisfied with the accessibility services on offer. However, ensuring equal access to services is a priority for the operator, and Lithuanian Airports continues to work…
The loan agreement concerns infrastructure, efficiency and safety upgrades at Lithuanian Airports-managed Vilnius, Kaunas and Palanga Airports.
Set to begin in autumn 2021, Palanga Airport will undertake necessary works to reconstruct and renew its runway, taxiway and apron.
Marius Gelzinis, CEO of Lithuanian Airports, discusses the impact of COVID-19 on the operator’s airports, as well as what the future of aviation looks like, in the latest instalment of International Airport Review’s CEO series.