Bus Transfers To and From Kaunas Airport

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Buses from Kaunas Fluxus Airport with Bus Routes and Times

Public City buses and Intercity buses are also serving Kaunas Airport.

Kaunas City buses with route numbers 00-068 are red, and Trolleybuses with routes 1 to 16 are green.

The city bus route 29 G is the right bus that takes you to and from Kaunas Airport. It has 11 bus stops at the metro, including its station and the city's railway station.

Meanwhile, Intercity buses to and from Riga, Latvia, are available at the airport. Easy Travel Latvia is a company that provides Flybus intercity buses at Kaunas Airport.

For further details about bus tickets and schedules of intercity buses, visit www.flybus.lv or contact them at +371 270 88 719.

Buses are only available for pick-up and drop-off services at the ground transportation area of the airport.

Kaunas City buses and Trolleybuses are located at the bus stop on the left after exiting the main terminal building.

Tickets for a regular single-way fare are sold for €1.00 and can be purchased from the bus driver.

Kaunas' public transportation system is managed by Kauno viešasis transportas (KVT) or Kaunas Public Transport. There are 14 trolley bus routes and 43 bus routes.

In 2007, new monthly electronic tickets began to be introduced for public transport in the metro. The monthly E-ticket cards can be purchased only once and credited with the right amount of money in different ways, including on the Internet. The former paper monthly tickets were utilized until August 2009.

Kaunas City is also one of the leading river ports in the Baltic States. It has two piers designated for tourism purposes. The piers are located on the banks of the Nemunas river and Kaunas Reservoir—the largest Lithuanian artificial lake, which was created in 1959 by damming the Nemunas near Kaunas and Rumsiskes.

In 2015, Kauno autobusai or Kaunas buses bought four Van Hool AGG300 to serve the mostly populated 37th route. These are the most extended buses used in the Baltic states. The bus station in Kaunas underwent rehabilitation for six months and reopened on January 23, 2017. It is the biggest and most modern bus station in Lithuania.

In 2017, Kauno autobusai began planning to cardinally upgrade the trolleybuses and buses park till the end of 2019.

The new Mercedes-Benz minibusses were introduced on September 2, 2019. The first new trolleybuses, Skoda 26Tr Solaris, were publicly introduced on September 30, 2019. In November 2019, Kauno autobusai signed a contract for 100 new model units of MAN Lion's City 12 hybrid electric buses, which replaced over half of the city's old buses.

Kaunas public transport has a mobile application Ziogas (Grasshopper), which allows to purchase and activate digital tickets using a smartphone. After reaching the E-ticket card's monthly fee of €28.00, the remaining trips are free of charge until the end of the month.