Lithuanian Airport turned into a drive-in cinema

Vilnius International Airport turned into a drive-in cinema

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, a lot of countries came up with some innovative ideas for the people to enjoy and take advantage of the spare time. One of those ideas is a movie night out, but with a twist. Deserted Vilnius International Airport has been turned into a drive-in cinema. Visitors get to watch a best-selling movie while enjoying the view across the airport

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Wed May 06 - CGTN

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