2016 12 19
 

Lithuanian Airports are changing Christmas traditions

This year Lithuanian Airports have decided to make an unusual decision – instead of traditional holiday gifts, the staff expects to receive ideas that would allow them to improve their service.

We are inviting all the passengers as well as partners to imagine how their dream airport would look like. What should such airport have that everyone would feel comfortable? What could surprise passengers or encourage them to come back again with pleasure? What makes an airport “wow”?

We also expect ideas related to sustainability, ecology, and the environment because this year Lithuanian Airports signed the Airports Sustainability Declaration and undertook to devote more attention to the sustainable development of airports.

Sustainability is a new strategic direction of Lithuanian Airports, and ideas on its implementation – the best holiday gift. Christmas is a time for renewal!

Share your thoughts so we could meet your expectations!
www.ltou.lt/Kaledos2016 .

What`s new at the airports?
Lithuanian Airports: more passengers from Belarus

On December 22 a permanent transportation of passengers from Belarus to the airports in Vilnius and Kaunas will begin. Regular routes will help to attract more Belarusians to travel from Lithuanian airports.

Vilnius Airport: new modern furniture for passengers

From now on passengers will feel much more comfortable in Vilnius Airport – in the airport`s waiting room Narbutas furniture company has set up a lounge and workspace.

Vilnius Airport: works of world-famous photographers

Till 30 December passengers will be able to enjoy an exhibition of photographs that attracted worldwide attention. Soviet Bus Stops exhibition will be available to everyone, including departing, arriving passengers, as well as passengers travelling through the country.

Vilnius Airport: Wi-Fi – faster than in large European airports

Rotten Wifi data shows that Vilnius Airport has the fastest internet connection in Europe, and manages to surpass the largest European airports.

News from Airlines

In Vilnius airport, airBaltic introduced the most modern and technologically advanced aircraft in the world – Bombardier CS300.

Enjoy moments of the flight around Lithuania here.


 
 
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