Kaunas Airport

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last Kauno Tiltai title Development of Kaunas Airport. Designing and construction of a new taxiway and platform url http: www.kaunotiltai.lt projects development-of-kaunas-airport-designing-and-construction-of-a-new-taxiway-and-platform accessdate 26 December 2013 * Approach lights (Approach lighting system): length , red. * Strength (Pavement Classification Number): PCN


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last Kauno Tiltai title Development of Kaunas Airport. Designing and construction of a new taxiway and platform url http: www.kaunotiltai.lt projects development-of-kaunas-airport-designing-and-construction-of-a-new-taxiway-and-platform accessdate 26 December 2013 * Approach lights (Approach lighting system): length , red. * Strength (Pavement Classification Number): PCN


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Yak-40 YAK-40 , and YAK-42 (Yakovlev Yak-42) of the local Aeroflot branch since 1988. The flight range was moderate and there were some scheduled flights from Kaunas to Kiev, Kharkiv, Moscow, Odessa, Simferopol, and Šiauliai. Regional airline Air Lithuania based in Kaunas operated scheduled and charter flights from Kaunas to Budapest, Billund (Billund, Denmark), Hamburg, Malmö, and Oslo from 1993 till 2004. At the beginning of 2013 Ryanair has invested

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-indirect-competition-with-wizz-air-on-three-routes-going-head-to-head-on-bergamo accessdate 24 December 2013 In November 2012, Ryanair further cut route geography from Kaunas, by transferring Brussels Charleroi (Brussels South Charleroi Airport), Leeds (Leeds Bradford International Airport), Liverpool (Liverpool John Lennon Airport), London Luton (Luton Airport) and Oslo Rygge (Moss Airport, Rygge) to Vilnius, leaving only four routes available from Kaunas


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Location in Lithuania type Public owner Ministry of Transport and Communications website www.kaunas-airport.lt operator SE (Government-owned corporation) "Kaunas Airport" city-served Kaunas, Lithuania location Karmėlava elevation-f 256 metric-rwy Y r1-number 08 26 r1-length-m 3,250 r1-surface Asphalt stat-year 2014 stat1-header Passengers total stat1-data 724,314 stat2

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last Kauno Tiltai title Development of Kaunas Airport. Designing and construction of a new taxiway and platform url http: www.kaunotiltai.lt projects development-of-kaunas-airport-designing-and-construction-of-a-new-taxiway-and-platform accessdate 26 December 2013 * Approach lights (Approach lighting system): length , red. * Strength (Pavement Classification Number): PCN


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municipalities in Lithuania. The seat of the municipality is the city of Kaunas. It surrounds the Kaunas city municipality from the north, west and south, while in the east Kaunas district municipality borders Kaišiadorys district municipality. Kaunas district municipality has the second largest international airport in Lithuania (Kaunas International Airport (Kaunas Airport)), and is well connected by major roads (A1 highway (A1 highway (Lithuania)) and Via Baltica (European route E67)), as well as railways with other cities of Lithuania. Transportation Birštonas is accessed by national status roads from Kaunas, Vilnius, and Marijampolė. It is served by Kaunas International Airport (Kaunas Airport), the second largest airport in Lithuania, located in Karmėlava site.


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. History Kaunas International Airport started operations in 1988 when airport activities were moved from the historic S. Darius and S. Girėnas Airport, located in the central part of Kaunas city. In 1991, after Lithuania's independence, it gained the status of an international airport and in 1996 it became a member of Airports Council International (ACI) and began to take part in the activities of the "Lithuanian Airports" association. Kaunas Airport was used by Yakovlev


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International Airport''' ( northeast of the Kaunas city centre (Centras (Kaunas)) and 100 km west from the capital Vilnius

. History Kaunas International Airport started operations in 1988 when airport activities were moved from the historic S. Darius and S. Girėnas Airport, located in the central part of Kaunas city. In 1991, after Lithuania's independence, it gained the status of an international airport and in 1996 it became a member of Airports Council International (ACI) and began to take part in the activities of the "Lithuanian Airports" association. Kaunas Airport was used by Yakovlev


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of all passenger flow at the airport are travellers from the neighbouring countries Latvia, Belarus and Poland. Kaunas Airport's catchment area (Catchment area (human geography)) within one hour drive is 1.75 million

for the entire winter 2012 13 season. Some of the routes were restored in Summer 2013, including seasonal destinations. During high season in aviation business, from April to October 2013, Kaunas airport handled over 544 thousands passengers, 5% less than

Kaunas Airport

'''Kaunas International Airport''' ( northeast of the Kaunas city centre (Centras (Kaunas)) and 100 km west from the capital Vilnius.

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