Posts published in Day: February 21, 2021

Three coffee shops open at Vilnius International

Sunday, February 21, 2021

A major programme of coffee shop openings has been completed at Lithuania’s busiest airport. Vilnius International has opened two Caffeine cafés, covering a combined 207sq m and offering 200 seats, and a grab-and-go Huracán Coffee outlet. In sharing details of the new openings with The Moodie Davitt Report, Lithuanian Airports Head of Sales Gintarė Norvilaitė-Tautevičė also revealed that tenders for duty free, other shops and food & beverage locations are…

Lithuanian champions Zalgiris sign Super Eagles midfielder

Sunday, February 21, 2021

The 28-year-old is set to continue his career in Lithuania, over a month after he left Danish club SonderjyskE. Lithuanian A Lyga champions Zalgiris have completed the signing of former Lazio and Trabzonspor midfielder Ogenyi Onazi on a free transfer. Onazi has been a free agent since January 5 when he left Danish Super Liga club SonderjyskE by mutual agreement after he was restricted to just two league matches in six…

Several Rīga schools to be closed or merged

Sunday, February 21, 2021

On Thursday, February 18, the Education, Culture and Sport Committee of the Riga City Council supported the closure and reorganization of several schools in Riga in order to “further develop the network of educational institutions”. LETA reported that Rīga Jānis Poruks High School will transfer all education programs to Rīga High School No.45, but the physical space of both schools will continue to be used (when learning takes place onsite…

Eesti Raudtee forecasts freight volume for 2021 at 12.5 million tons

Sunday, February 21, 2021

State railtrack company Eesti Raudtee estimates the freight capacity for the ongoing year to stand at 12.5 million tons, up one ton from 2020. In January, the freight volume on Estonian railroads reached 1.2 million tons, 32 percent more than January in 2020. According to Eesti Ruadtee commercial director Arthur Raichmann, a similar trend should continue in February. He also mentioned that while the growth is noticable, it is hard…