Vilnius International Airport, situated approximately 5km south of the city centre, is small and relatively easy to use. A restaurant and bar can be found above the main entrance for fond farewells and devilishly expensive cognac. A limited hotchpotch of Duty Free shops and cafés are located the other side of customs control. Free wireless internet is available throughout the airport. To get there by bus (see Public transport for information on tickets), take Nº3G from Lukiškių Aikštė (Juozo Tumo-Vaižganto stop), Nº88 or nightbus Nº88N (Arkikatedra stop), or Nº1 from the train station. You can also use the shuttle train service that departs from the train station every 30 minutes between around 06:00 and 21:30. Buy a ticket on board the train for just €0.72. A taxi from Old Town currently costs around €15 using a hotel-booked firm, although you can pay considerably less if you can get a friendly local to order you one from a cheaper company. By calling the right company in advance (try tel. (+370) 52 66 66 66) a recent visitor to the city managed to make the trip for just €5.
Vilnius International Airport will be closed from July 14 until August 18, for runway reconstruction. During this period, direct Kaunas Airport-Vilnius shuttle buses will be in operation. Operated by Ollex and TOKS, the buses cost €10 one way and take about an hour and a half. It's a good idea to book your ticket ahead to guarantee a seat.