Transaviabaltika is a Lithuania airline that offers both passenger and cargo flights. The airline is based in Kaunas, at Kaunas International Airport (KUN) and flies to other destinations in Lithuania, as well as to cities in its neighboring countries. At the moment, Transaviabaltika flies to more than 5 destinations within the country.
The airline launched flights in 1998 and is flies under a public service obligation (PSO), which means that it flies as an obligation to the European Union.
Transaviabaltika is primarily a charter airline. However, at Alternative Airlines, you can book flights on its unsold seats, which aren't available to book at many other places!
Transaviabaltika has a different baggage policy for carry-on and checked baggage policy.
The airline gives passengers a free carry-on baggage allowance of 1 piece per person, with a maximum weight of 7kg.
A free checked baggage allowance is not included in the price of the ticket. If passengers want checked baggage, they must purchase it separately.
The airline flies very small propeller-type planes. These planes only have space for one cabin, which is an Economy cabin.
Seats are set out in a 1 x 2 configuration.
Transaviabaltika passengers must check in at the airport since the airline doesn't offer online check in.
Online check-in isn't available for this airline.
Passengers can check-in at the airport by visiting one of the airline check-in agents at the airport of departure. They must remember to bring their relevant travel documents in order to check-in. (passport for international flights, photo ID for internal flights and e-ticket.)
Due to the small planes and short flight times, in-flight entertainment and WIFI is not available on any flights operated by Transaviabaltika.
There isn't food or drink served on any flights. However, passengers are allowed to bring their own food and drink onto the flight, as long as it's gone through the necessary checks at airport security.
The airline flies to destinations in northeast Europe, within Lithuania and the countries that border it. This includes Minsk, Tallinn, Vilnius and more.
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Kaunas Airport is an airport just outside of Kaunas, Lithuania and the hub airport for Transaviabaltika. The airport has been a hub for the airline since it launched in 1998. The airport itself has one runway and one terminal building. It's the second-busiest airport in Lithuania, after Vilnius International Airport.
The airline has a small fleet, both in number of planes and size of planes. The airline has 5 planes in its fleet, which are: Let L-410 Turbolet, BAe Jetstream-32 and BAe Jetstream-31 aircraft.