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Original part was constructed in 1944 in Socialist Classicism style, but now serves as an arrivals terminal and retains all flaky Soviet-style details, except for the gloomy mood.
In 1993, the building was substantially expanded by constructing a new modern departure terminal in late High Tech Architecture style, best seen when viewed from the side of the runway.
You can find these two key names, Gediminas and the Iron Wolf (Geležinis vilkas), along with the motif of the howling iron wolf quite often everywhere in Vilnius.
They are branched into the forms of daily life so they are often overlooked, unless you're purposely looking for them.
The city bus stop is immediately next to the main entrance and the taxis can be found just in front of the arrivals terminal.
For the accommodation within the airport territory see Air Inn hotel in “Sleep” section below.
These inhabitants were forced to settle down there since the heights of a Vilnia river bank made it impossible to live elsewhere.
Ticket is obtained by purchasing it from the driver for €1.Vilnius is the capital and largest city of Lithuania.It lies in the valley of the confluence of Neris and Vilnia rivers and has 527,930 inhabitants (2013 statistics).These airlines operate to and from Vilnius International Airport: Air Baltic (Copenhagen, Paris-Charles de Gaulle, Riga, Rome-Fiumicino, Tallinn, London-Gatwick (seasonal)), Aeroflot (Moscow-Sheremetyevo), Austrian Airlines (Vienna), Bel Avia Belarusian Airlines (Minsk), Brussels Airlines (Brussels), El Al (Tel Aviv), Estonian Air (Tallinn), Finn Air (Helsinki), Grand Cru Airlines (a charter airline), LOT Polish Airlines (Warsaw), Lufthansa (Frankfurt), Norwegian Air Shuttle (Oslo-Gardermoen, Stockholm), Ryanair (Barcelona, Bremen, Brussels, Cork, Crete-Chania, Dublin, Liverpool, London-Stansted, Milan-Bergamo, Oslo, Paris-Beauvais, Rome-Ciampino), SAS Scandinavian Airlines (Copenhagen, Stockholm), Small Planet Airlines (a charter airline), Trans Aero (Moscow-Domodedovo), Turkish Airlines (Istambul), UIA Ukrainian International Airlines (Bangkok, Geneva, Istambul, New York, Kiev, Tashkent, Tbilisi), UTair Aviation (Moscow-Vnukovo), Wizz Air (Ålesund, Barcelona, Bergen, Doncaster-Sheffield, Dortmund, Eindhoven, Frankfurt, Kutaisi, Larnaca, Liverpool, London-Luton, Malmö, Madrid, Milan-Bergamo, Oslo, Stockholm, Paris, Rome-Fiumicino, Tel Aviv). (IATA: KUN), is the second busiest civil airport in Lithuania located ~100km west of Vilnius in a small town Karmėlava NE of Kaunas.