Lithuanian airports are thrilled to offer more new routes each week. In June, a total of 71 routes was available from Vilnius, Kaunas and Palanga airports; eight new direct flights are coming in July.
With mass vaccination programs in European Countries and the new EU Digital Covid Certificate, it’s again much easier to plan holidays abroad. Everyone hopes the number of routes and flights will continue to rise.
It’s now possible to reach Kaunas with direct flights from such European cities as Dublin and Shannon (Ireland), Copenhagen (Denmark), Bristol and London (England), Edinburgh (Scotland), Cologne (Germany), Eindhoven (the Netherlands), Alesund, Bergen and Stavanger (Norway). There’s also plenty of holiday destinations, including Rhodes island (Greece), Paphos (Cyprus), Mallorca and Alicante (Spain) and Naples, Rimini and Milano (Italy).
From July 16, RyanAir will start operating flights to and from Liverpool (England). The company also unveiled its plans to connect Kaunas and Helsinki with a direct flight later this year. WizzAir already offers the connection between Kaunas and Turku.
The network of Lithuanian Airports includes three air gates in Vilnius, Kaunas and Palanga. In 2020, Lithuanian Airports handled 1.8 million passengers and 30,000 flights; 72 direct routes were offered.
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