Kaunas


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Synonyms for Kaunas

a city in central Lithuania

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Ryanair has begun expanding its maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) base in Kaunas, Lithuania, the company said.
In 1959 having graduated from Rietavas secondary school he became connected with the activities of engineer and scientist--having graduated from Kaunas Polytechnic Institute (Kaunas University of Technology now), the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and acquired qualification of Mechanical Engineer (in 1964), he started working as an assistant in the Department of Strength of Materials, where during the period 1967-1970 studied the postgraduate course.
Kaunas were champions eight times from 1999 to 2007 under controversial owner Vladimir Romanov but those days are long gone.
Romanov said: "I pity the Scottish fans who came to Kaunas. They deserved to see real football instead of the showbusiness performances fed to them year after year by the experts with ties.
Ryanair will base two aircraft at Kaunas Airport, its first base in Central Europe, and will operate a total of 18 routes from the airport, nine of which will be new.
He said: "We had to win the title because of what happened against Kaunas. We suffered a lot but that defeat helped us as we didn't have as many games." Boyd is relieved Rangers go straight into the Champions League groups this year and hopes to face Europe's kings.
Kaunas star Pilibatis said: "One thing I know for sure is that Rangers have no chance in Kaunas.
But if they fail to get past Kaunas their European campaign will be over without the safety net of the UEFA Cup to fall back on.
This clash had nothing to do with romance as Kaunas were so unlikely to cause an upset their own fans actually carried Liverpool scarves with them in readiness of cheering the visitors once they had secured a seemingly inevitable victory.
Kaunas have money, are more than half way through their league season and fully match fit.
Jonas Kriauciunas, a representative of DeConsus, is working several shifts at Good Point Recycling, the TV and computer recycling division of American Retroworks Inc., Middlebury, Vt., taking notes and translating the company's environmental and safety management (ESM) policies for the DeConsus BalticAl aluminum smelter in Kaunas, Lithuania.
The Finnish energy company Fortum Corp and the Danish power group Elsam A/S are reportedly among the firms that have shown interest to bid in a tender to purchase a heating plant in the Lithuanian town of Kaunas.
French power utility Dalkia (part of the diversified Vivendi group) has announced that it is prepared to take over a 15-year contract, abandoned by its Swedish competitor Vattenfall, for the modernisation and running of a district heating plant in Kaunas, the second largest city in Lithuania.