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    Runway renovation will close Vilnius airport in July-August 2017

    Between 14 July 2017 and 16 August 2017, Vilnius Airport will be carrying out the reconstruction of the runway. Throughout this period, the airport will be closed and Brussels Airlines will reroute its flights to Kaunas.

    Kaunas is the second-largest city in Lithuania and is located at about 100 km northwest of Vilnius.
    For your convenience, an express bus service runs between Kaunas Airport and Vilnius Airport. Fast and more frequent transportation between the two cities will be arranged by the local authorities.
    For more information and latest updates, please visit the official websites of Vilnius airport and Kaunas airport.
    If you have already booked your flight, you can check your flight details in the Manage My Booking section. Should you require further assistance, don’t hesitate to call our Service Centre +32 (0)2 723 23 62 (open 24/7).

    About Vilnius

    Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania, is a green city with a large number of picturesque streets and squares and magnificent architecture.

    Vilnius is situated on the River Neris in south-eastern Lithuania and has about 600,000 inhabitants. The historic city centre with its jumble of narrow streets and over 30 churches is a major tourist attraction. The Higher Castle Museum offers you a magnificent view over this Baroque part of the city. 

    Castle Street is also a major attraction. This street, called Pilies gatve in Lithuanian, was the main street in the Middle Ages, and still contains a large number of well-preserved palaces and merchants’ houses. To the north of the old centre, there are the New City Centre, with a modern shopping centre, a new town hall and the 150-metre-high Europa Tower.