Vilnius International Airport (VNO) (Rodūnios road 10A) is the largest civil airport in Lithuania and is located 6 km south of the city centre. The following airlines operate to and from Vilnius International Airport:
Aeroflot (Moscow), airBaltic (Riga), airLituanica (Nice, Paris, Tallinn, Brussels, Munich), Austrian Airlines (Vienna), Belavia (Minsk), Brussels Airlines (Brussels), Estonian Air (Tallinn), Finnair (Helsinki), Grand Cru Airlines (Hurghada), LOT Polish Airlines (Warsaw), Lufthansa (Frankfurt), Norwegian Air Shuttle (Oslo), Ryanair (Paris, Liverpool, Milan, Oslo, London, Dusseldorf/Weeze, Rome, Brussels, Dublin), SAS Scandinavian Airlines (Copenhagen, Stockholm), Small Planet Airlines (Hurghada, Salzburg, Milan), Transaero (Moscow), Turkish Airlines (Istanbul), Ukraine International Airlines (Kiev), UTair Aviation (Moscow), Wizzair (London, Oslo, Paris, Doncaster, Bergen, Eindhoven, Stavanger, Milan, Rome).
Transfers from Vilnius airport to Vilnius centre:
Bus No. 1 goes from the airport (lithuanian: Oro uostas) to the "Station" (the final stop "Stotis"), i.e. to both central railway station and central bus station, which are located almost next to each other. The bus arrives to the Station from the west.
Bus No. 2 goes from the airport to the Station from the eastern side.
Bus No. 88 goes from the airport to the City Business Centre (Konstitucijos avenue, Europa square).
Bus No. 3G goes through the centre (Lukiškės square), business centre (Konstitucijos avenue), continuing on to Fabijoniškės sleeping district. The bus number's trailing letter "G" on a green background stands for "Greitasis" which means "Express bus". It stops at all relevant bus stops in the centre, while skipping some stops before and after the city centre.
Ticket for all kinds of buses can be purchased from the driver for EUR 1,- you then must validate it using electromechanical punch for paper tickets.
Please check Vilnius bus schedules HERE.
By train: a special train runs from Vilnius Railway Station to the airport on a regular basis. A railway stop, stairs, passenger lift and lighting, as well as video surveillance system for passenger safety, are installed right outside the airport’s passenger terminal. A covered pedestrian walkway connects the airport’s terminal to the railway stop and is lit up at night. You can take a train from the airport to the main railway station for EUR 0,80. The train ride takes 7 min, trains depart every 45 min. Train schedules are available HERE.
By taxi: it is recommended that you book a taxi online before arrival or by phone once you have arrived rather than using the waiting taxis as they will charge a much higher fare (approx. EUR 15 instead of approx. EUR 30). Online taxi booking available HERE and HERE.
Kaunas International Airport (KUN) (Oro uosto street 4, Karmėlava, Kaunas district) is the second busiest civil airport in Lithuania located 100 km to the west of Vilnius. Ryanair airline operates between Kaunas International Airport and Bristol, Cagliari, Dublin, Hahn, London, Moss/Rygge, Paphos, Alicante, Birmingham, Comiso, Edinburgh, Knock, Kos, Malta, Palma de Mallorca, Rhodes, Trapani.
Transfers from Kaunas airport to Vilnius centre:
For your convenience an express bus service runs from Vilnius to Kaunas Airport and from Kaunas Airport to Vilnius. In Vilnius the bus picks up and leaves the passengers at Hotel Panorama, the bus stop at Kaunas Airport is just in front of the passenger terminal. Bus schedule is coordinated with Ryanair flight schedule and serves every flight.
You can get tickets at www.airport-express.lt
More information available:
by e-mail: email@example.com
by telephone: +370 608 66360
Another option is to get to Kaunas city first by city bus No. 29 (goes regularly from the airport up to Kaunas railway station in the centre) and then take either train or intercity bus to Vilnius.
Trains from major destinations serve Vilnius Railway Station (Geležinkelio street 16, Vilnius), located just south of the city centre. There are daily train connections with Moscow, St. Petersburg, Kaliningrad and Minsk. One train per day also goes to Warsaw with a change of train in Kaunas and Šestokai, near the border. Train schedules are available HERE.
Motorways connect Vilnius with Klaipėda, Kaunas and Panevėžys. The speed limit is 130 kph on the motorways, 100 kph on Vilnius-Kaunas sector, 90 kph outside towns and 50 kph in town.
Vilnius Bus Station (Sodų street 22, Vilnius) is located across the street from the main railway station. A schedule of all regional buses is posted near the ticket window. Eurolines and Ecolines operate service between Vilnius and Kaunas, Kaliningrad, Riga, Tallinn, St. Petersburg, and Warsaw, with further connections all over Europe.