Last information update: January 4th
On December 16th, new national lockdown measures have been enforced, limiting movement between internal regions of Lithuania. The measures have been extended until January 31st, 2021 (read more here).
Flights to and from Lithuanian Airports will continue to operate as per schedule. Passengers holding a valid flight ticket/reservation can cross the borders of internal regions when heading to or from Vilnius/Kaunas/Palanga Airport. Find more information here.
It is mandatory for all travelers before arriving at Lithuanian airports to fill the National Public Health Center passenger form online available here https://keleiviams.nvsc.lt/en/form.
At the time of boarding the airline representative should check if passengers can provide the QR code confirming the filling of the form. Decision and QR code example can be found here. This decision does not apply to persons in transit by air through Lithuania.
As of October 26th, in line with the recommendations approved by the European Council, the Government decided on the criteria to be applied at the national level, based on which all the countries of the European Union would be divided into four groups according to the traffic light principle. Based on the criteria, the risk will be assessed, the list of the affected countries updated, and preventive measures applied.
Based on the criteria, when assessing the European Union countries, they will be classified into four groups according to colours green, yellow, red, and grey:
The latest ECDC map can be found here.
All restrictions applied for commercial flights to / from the airports of Lithuania have been lifted as from 17 June 2020.
More information on flight permits can be found on the Lithuanian Transport Safety Administration website here.
Below you can find relevant information on various topics important for operations:
From September 15th the temporary internal border control and checks for persons entering and leaving the Republic of Lithuania at the internal border of the European Union are no longer in effect and passengers from the Schengen zone can travel freely, non-Schengen passengers are required to pass border control.
State Border Guard Service information regarding cross-border movements and transit can be found here. Please read it in order to avoid the denial of entry to passengers traveling to Lithuania.
From November 9th, travellers who have returned or arrived from grey group countries will be subject to the requirement of testing for coronavirus (COVID-19) or for 10-day isolation.
Isolation will no longer be required if a negative test result is received. However, people should refrain for 10 days after returning or arriving in Lithuania from social contacts, from visiting gathering places, and they should follow the work-home routine.
More information about health and safety measures here.
Lithuanian Airports offer a new additional Routes Recovery Incentive Scheme which can be found here.
You can find more information about all the existing Incentive Schemes here.