All the Baltic States are well served by low-cost airlines Ryanair Wizz Air. Lithuania is no exception. All flights from the UK head for the capital Vilnius or the city of Kaurus. Lithuania is a small country and can easily be explored from the capital. There is an especially good choice of flights from London. In recent years Ryanair have also been operating flights from Liverpool, Leeds, Glasgow and Manchester. Both Wizz Air and Air Baltic also fly from London. Indirect flights are available from many regional airports but these will be more expensive. Airlines offering indirect flights include SAS, Lufthansa, KLM and Brussels Airlines.
Vilnius International Airport (VNO) is the largest airport in the country. The airport is just 6km from the Lithuanian capital. Well-served by Ryanair and Wizz Air. Ryanair operate routes from Leeds Bradford, Liverpool, Stansted and Luton. Wizz air fly from Luton, Liverpool and Doncaster Sheffield.
Website : www.vilnius-airport.lt/
Kauras International Airport is the fourth busiest airport in the Baltic States. The airport is just 14km from Kauras city centre. The airport is the gateway to some of the Lithuania’s most scenic holiday regions.
Ryanair presently operate routes from Bristol, Birmingham, Edinburgh, Luton, Gatwick and Stansted. Some of these routes may be seasonal. More expensive indirect flights are available from Heathrow and London City Airport.