Airport name & airport code lookup tool


Kaunas International Airport


Kaunas County,Lithuania

IATA Code KUN City Code
City code of KUN: refers to metropolitan areas of Kaunas
Airport Name Kaunas International Airport City Kaunas
Region Kaunas County Country/Region Lithuania (LT)
Time Zone+02:00ContinentEurope
Airport Type Customs Airport Bank Work Time Table Closed on Saturday and Sunday.
Hub for (Airlines) Phone Number +370 37 399307
Twitter Facebook

Customs Clearance Requirements

Only the registered users can check the customs clearance requirements, ClickSign in

Direct Flight from KUN

Airport NameIATA CodeFlight Number
Bristol Airport BRS
Alicante Elche Airport ALC
Frankfurt Hahn Airport HHN
Kos Island International Airport KGS
Edinburgh Airport EDI
Paphos International Airport PFO
Dublin Airport DUB
Elmas Airport CAG
Palma de Mallorca Airport PMI
Birmingham International Airport BHX
Ireland West Airport NOC
Moss-Rygge Airport RYG
Comiso Airport CIY
London Stansted Airport STN
Aeroporto Vincenzo Florio TPS
Luton Airport LTN
Malta International Airport MLA
London Gatwick Airport LGW
Diagoras/Maritsa Airport RHO
Show all flight information

Introduction of Kaunas International Airport

Kaunas International Airport (IATA code: KUN, ICAO code: EYKA), also known as Kaunas Fluxus Airport, is the second-busiest civil airport in Lithuania after Vilnius Airport and the fourth-busiest in the Baltic states. It is located in the central part of the country, 14 kilometers (8.7 miles) northeast of the Kaunas city centre and 100 kilometers west from the capital Vilnius.

In 2010, Kaunas Airport became the first airline's base in Eastern Europe and this resulted a more-than-doubled-route network expansion at the airport. The airport reported 77% growth in passenger traffic that year and also won the EURO ANNIES 2011 prize awarded by a weekly aviation e-journal as being the fastest-growing airport in Europe in the category of under one million passengers.

The passenger traffic changes in late 2011 and early 2012 at Kaunas Airport are associated with the rivalry between Ryanair and Wizzair. As a response to the Wizzair's new base established at Vilnius Airport in Spring 2011, the Irish low-cost carrier moved Girona and Milan Bergamo routes from Kaunas to Vilnius in late 2011.

In 2019, the airport handled a total of 1,160,591, representing an increase of 14.8%, and 3,196t of cargo, which featured an increase of 37.2%, with 9,888 aircraft movements.

Airport List by IATA Codes

  • Seabay® Airport Codes Finder is an online tool to search more than 40,000 airports of the world nearest to the entered place, city, state, country, and display them on the map with IATA code, ICAO codes and other important information for air shipping or traveling.
  • IATA Codes (3 letter airport codes):
  • An IATA airport code, also known as an IATA location identifier, IATA station code, or simply a location identifier, is a three-letter geocode designating many airports and metropolitan areas around the world, defined by the International Air Transport Association (IATA).
  • ICAO Codes (4 letter airport codes):
  • The ICAO airport code or location indicator is a four-letter alphanumeric code designating each airport around the world. These codes are defined by the International Civil Aviation Organization. The ICAO codes are used by air traffic control and airline operations such as flight planning.
  • "City Codes":
  • A 3 letter IATA Airport Code marked with “City” in blue is also the city code of metropolitan areas where this airport situates.
  • "Customs Airport":
  • A customs airport is an airport notified by the appropriate customs authority of the country as an airport which shall be airports for the unloading of imported goods and the loading of export goods or any class of such goods.
  • Route Map:
  • The route map shows all the direct international flight connecting the specific destination airport. Professional international freight forwarders can find different transport solutions from the map.
  • Air Freight:
  • You can use Seabay® Airport Codes Finder to find solutions of air shipping for your chosen destination. If no solutions available, please go to our Inquiry to request an accurate quote for your specific shipment.
  • How to find the nearest airport for my cargo or travel destination?

  • 1)Enter an IATA code, origin city, destination city, or country and search.
  • 2)The search result lists all the related airports according to click rate.
  • 3)Choose the “customs airport” close to your cargo origin or destination. Domestic airports or Non commercial Airport without customs facility are not the good choices for international air shipping.
  • For more information about IATA airport codes, ICAO codes, city codes, please read our airport codes research blog: IATA Airport Codes|3 Letter Airport Codes: Widely Used in Air Shipping
  • Welcome to use other Seabay shipping tools:

  • Airport Codes Finder More than 40,000 airports, with IATA codes, ICAO codes, city codes and customs requirements consolidated in search box.
  • Airline codes More than 1000 world airlines, with two letter IATA codes, three digit codes, cargo tracking links and international flight map.
  • Air Cargo Tracking More than 200 airlines’ air cargo track and trace consolidated into one searching box. You can track the up-to-date status by Seabay Air Tracking tool through the master airway bill number.
  • Container Tracking Track and trace your container up-to-date status from this system by using container number, master bill of lading or booking reference.
  • Seaports Finder More than 20,000 seaports, container terminals, Inland Container Depots (ICD), Inland Point Intermodal (IPI) with sea port codes, sea freight and map.
View of Kaunas


Leave a Message

* Tell us which Airport Code info wrong or missing.

Distance & Flight Time between two airports

Enter IATA airport codes and search


Estimated time: