Master plans 2052

Lithuanian Airports has outlined a visionary roadmap - master plans for infrastructure development extending until 2052. These plans have been crafted in collaboration with international expert team from Royal HaskoningDHV (NACO) company.

The expert team, leveraging data from diverse business and aviation sectors, conducted a thorough analysis. They modeled various scenarios, considering the distinctive strengths and potential challenges inherent in Lithuanian airports. The objective is to proactively address challenges, thereby unlocking new vistas for the advancement of both aviation and non-aviation operations.

The immediate focus of the plans centers on overcoming existing airports' infrastructure constraints. This initiative aims to elevate the network's annual passenger capacity to 10 million by 2030.

Master plans aim to expand the airports' abilities to handle 17 million passengers across all three Lithuanian Airports by 2052. This strategic vision is designed to keep up with the changing trends in the aviation industry.

The master plan for Vilnius Airport (VNO) can be viewed and accessed here: Vilnius airport Master plan

The master plan for Kaunas Airport (KUN) can be viewed and accessed here: Kaunas airport Master plan


Last updated: 2024 04 16