From May 3 next year, a flight to Krakow, Poland will be launched from Vilnius. Two are expected flights per week.
From 2024 May 29 also 2 weekly flights are planned from Palanga to Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
According to the press release, the new routes will allow travel from Lithuania to 12 direct destinations and offer nearly 70 destinations with a transfer in Riga.
“We want Air Baltic to continue to be the leading airline in the region. With the start of flights on 11 new routes next summer, we will strengthen our position and our growth aspirations by further improving communication from the countries We are pleased to be able to expand our offer to Lithuanian passengers by adding 2 new direct routes and increasing the frequency of flights on the most popular routes from Vilnius”, says Martinas Gaussas, President and CEO of Air Baltic .
During the summer season, Air Baltic will continue to base two of its Airbus A220-300s in Vilnius. In addition, the airline plans to increase the frequency of flights on popular routes from Vilnius, including Paris, Munich and Tallinn.
During the next summer season, Air Baltic plans to offer 11 new routes: 7 from Latvia, 2 from Lithuania and 2 from Estonia. From Riga, the airline will launch regular flights to Alicante (Spain), Chisinau (Moldova), Ljubljana (Slovenia), Pristina (Kosovo), Skopje (North Macedonia), Sofia (Bulgaria) and Tirana (Albania).
Source: The Delfi