Europe’s favourite airline, carrying over 106m p.a. on more than 1,800 daily flights from 81 bases and connecting over 200 destinations in 31 countries, have announced their plans for 2017.
In a press conference on December 1st, Ryanair announced it would start flying to Naples for the first time in 2017 and the airport would immediately become a base, with three 737-800s making their home there. A total of 17 routes will be launched between the end of March and early May with the ULCC operating a total of 69 weekly departures.
Kaunas, Lithuania is in the list of cities that will be connected to Naples, together with Eindhoven, Frankfurt Hahn, Gdansk, Lisbon, Mancester, Copenhagen etc.
The flights to and from Kaunas will be operating on Thursdays and Sundays starting May 2017. Check the schedule and book a trip here.
P.S. Ryanair can also bring you to Kaunas from Copenhagen, Dublin, London, Edinburgh and a bunch of other cities in Europe.