Air Lithuania was an airline based in Kaunas, Lithuania. Its flight operational hubs were at Kaunas International Airport and Palanga International Airport. The airline operated charter, and scheduled flights and provided rental aircrafts and cargo services.
Air Lithuania was formed to operate charter and scheduled services in 1991 as a result of reorganization of Aeroflot. Charter flights were started in 1992. The first scheduled services were started in 1993, which flew from Kaunas to Budapest. In1997, the shares of the airline were sold to the parent company Lithuanian Airlines. In 2003, a Lithuanian Transport and Logistics company Arijus bought Air Lithuania. At that time, the airline’s gross income was 40 million. In 2004, the airline was carrying 54,500 passengers’ annually using Yakovlev Yak-40 and Tupolev TU-134 aircrafts. The airline went into bankruptcy in the same year and ceased operations.
At the time of closure, Air Lithuania fleet consisted of 3 aircrafts, 1 ATR-42-300, 1 Saab 340B and one Yakovlev Yak-40.
Air Lithonia served the following destinations: Oslo, Billund, Malmo and Hamburg. Domestic destinations were Palanga and Kaunas.
In Flight entertainment:
Air Lithuania provided very good in-flight services to the passengers. Complimentary drinks and meals, special facilities for expectant mothers, wheelchair, medical kit and special service for senior passengers were provided by the crew. Other facilities provided were WIFI, individual screens broadcasting in different languages. Headphones were provided free to passengers. Mobile phone service and duty free shopping was also provided. The interior of the cabins were designed to provide passengers maximum comfort in the class they were flying in, which were first class, business class and economy class.
Air Lithuania had a frequent flyer program, in which passengers were given Business card, ECO Flex card, ECO Plus card and ECO Mini card. Each card holder had was awarded points depending upon the miles flown which could be redeemed by getting discounts on renting taxi, hotel accommodation, free earned miles and much more.
Air Lithuania also provided rental aircrafts and cargo services.
Air Lithuania baggage policies were: passengers were allowed to carry free of charge accessories as cabin baggage; 1 hand bag, 1 laptop, and umbrella or baby stroller. The cabin baggage weight was restricted to 8 kg. Cabin baggage was to be placed under the seat or in the overhead compartments. Checked in baggage for business class passengers was 2 pieces of 32 kg each, for Eco Flex, 2 pieces of 23 kg each, for Eco Plus, 1 piece of 23 kg weight, and for Eco Mini, 1 piece of 23 kg was allowed. Business and ECO Flex passengers were able to replace one item of checked in baggage with a ski or golf bag. Passengers travelling with babies up to the age of 2 could check-in one extra bag weighing 10 kg and a pram free of charge in addition to their own baggage. Excess weight luggage was charged additionally according to the size, dimensions and weight of the bags.
Contact number, email address and website:
The contact number of Air Lithuania was 0800-224-4532, email address was: email@example.com and web address was www.airlithuania.it