As Lithuanian Airlines privatisation becomes more and more real (currently 100% LAL shares are owned by state), only SAS is interested in privatsation. LAL is currently working profitably thus I see no reason for it to be privatised. BTW, SAS itself is owned by governments so why should we sell our airline from one government to governments of other states? They, BTW, even can remove name LAL from airlines and just integrate it in SAS fleet, which would be very bad since we'd loose our only flag carrier and non-charter airline.
LAL currently has these planes: 2x 733 (leased), 3x SAAB-2000 (leased), 2x 732 (owned) plants to change 733s to 735s. It flies from Vilnius to Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Berlin, Stockholm, Kiev, Helsinki, Tallin, Paris, London (Gatwick), Kiev, Moscow, Frankfurt. It's subsidary Air Lithuania flies from Kaunas and Palanga to Oslo, Kristianstad, Hamburg, Billud, in summer also to Moscow and Berlin, plans to add Malmo.
What do you think about this "privatisation" (actually trans-government deal)?