Palanga Air Traffic Control Centre provides air navigation services in the western part of the airspace of the Republic of Lithuania.
Palanga is a seaside resort, thus, workload of controllers increases in summertime. The centre employs 9 air traffic controllers.
In recent years many technical innovations were launched in Palanga such as a new air surveillance radar and an omnidirectional radio beacon DVOR, installed instead of Klaipėda VOR/DME. The outdated air traffic control equipment EUROCAT 200 was replaced by new equipment AIRCON 2000 in 2013.