On September 6th, Palanga Airport closed for reconstruction works which lasted for 45 days.
Works consisted of runway, taxiway and apron reconstruction, modernization of utilities network, lighting systems, installation of energy-efficient and sustainable solutions.
Airport infrastructure is cyclical and must be modernized every 10-15 years to meet aviation safety and environmental requirements. Palanga Airport was last modernized back in 2007.
Our mission is to ensure safe airport infrastructure which, together with aviation’s recovery, would create added value for the whole region of Western Lithuania.
2021-09-23: Palanga Airport reaches key milestone in its reconstruction project as the runway receives new asphalt
2021-09-16: Environmentally friendly solutions are being implemented at Palanga Airport: a step towards zero carbon emissions
2020-09-14: Palanga Airport is preparing for reconstruction in autumn 2021: the runway and parts of the apron will be renewed