Lithuania’s largest airport at Vilnius is preparing to start a four-year makeover of its terminal building that will double its capacity. Vilnius Airport, which in summer 2017 closed for 35 days to allow a major reconstruction of its runway, will start to modernize and expand its terminal building this month. The terminal, which opened in 2007, has an annual design throughput of 9,500 passengers a day. In peak summer periods, this number can jump to as many as 15,000.  In 2017, ...

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