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Palanga International Airport

(PLQ)

Palanga,Siauliai County,Lithuania

IATA Code PLQ City Code
City code of PLQ: refers to metropolitan areas of Palanga
ICAO EYPA
Airport Name Palanga International Airport City Palanga
Region Siauliai 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 +370 612 44442
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Introduction of Palanga International Airport

Palanga International Airport (IATA: PLQ, ICAO: EYPA) is a regional international airport located near the resort town Palanga at the Baltic Sea. It is the third largest airport in Lithuania and focuses on short and mid-range routes to European destinations. It serves Lithuanian Baltic sea resorts of Palanga and the city of Klaipėda, and parts of Samogitia and western Latvia.

Two adjacent terminals connected by short walkways and a transit area serve the airport: The South Terminal was built in the seventies and modernized in the late nineties. The new North Terminal, with 2000 m2 (21520 sq. ft.) of space, to augment airport capabilities to serve arrivals and departures to and from non-Schengen zone countries.

In 2019, it handled around 338,309 passengers and 6 metric tons of cargo and had 5,167 aircraft movements.

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