Airport operator Lithuanian Airports has opened market consultations on an international public tender to expand the passenger terminal at Kaunas Airport.
Announcements to find a contractor will be made at the end of April, with work slated to commence in the second half of 2023 until 2025.
The expansion is intended to generate more revenues from aviation and non-aviation activities.
It will involve the overhaul and expansion of both arrival and departure areas for passengers.
Renovation works will be undertaken across all three floors of the terminal, including an expansion of baggage reclaim area and the Schengen and non-Schengen arrival area.
In addition, the project will add more spaces for passengers to wait for their flights, to dine and shop.
Upon completion, the departures and arrivals areas of Kaunas Airport will be capable of handling more than 800 passengers and up to six aircraft simultaneously.