Last information update: July 20th
Quarantine in the entire territory of Lithuania has ended on 30 June 2021, 24:00. As of 1 July 2021, Lithuania is entering the state of national emergency (more here).
Flights to and from Lithuanian Airports will continue to operate as per schedule.
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.
If the crew members need to leave Lithuania when the mandatory isolation period is not yet over, they need to inform National Public Health Center by filling this form - https://nvsc.lrv.lt/notification-of-departure before leaving.
Coronavirus testing facilities operated by laboratory "Rezus.lt" are avalable at Vilnius, Kaunas and Palanga Airports.
Available test types:
More information on the procedure and prices here: https://www.kraujolaboratorija.lt/en/flights/
Following the changes in the procedure for establishing the list of COVID-19-affected countries, countries will classify in three groups:
1. countries classified as red or grey;
2. countries classified as orange (yellow);
3. countries classified as green.
Arrivals from red or grey countries will require both testing as well as self-isolation.
Those arriving or returning from the countries classified as yellow or green will not need to self-isolate. Self-isolation will be required from those travellers from the countries classified as red and grey who have not been vaccinated with one of the COVID-19 vaccines under the full vaccination schedule, or those with the past infection. As before, other self-isolation exemptions will continue to apply.
A COVID-19 test (PCR test or antigen test) will be mandatory for any arrivals except children under 16 years of age, the vaccinated under the full vaccination schedule, the recovered and other exemptions.
More information for arrivals from abrod can be found on the National Public Health Center page here: nvsc.lrv.lt/en/information-on-covid-19/for-arrivals-from-abroad.
The Ministry of Health of Lithuania has announced tighter requirements for carriers: all crew members (including crew members transporting passengers) who travel for the purpose of work-related functions must bring in a COVID-19 test or take a test in Lithuania if they intend to stay longer than 24 hours. More information is available 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:
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.
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.