“When preparing the schedule for the upcoming season, we always carefully assess the needs of passengers and analyze the market situation. Based on the results, we have taken the difficult decision to cancel and reduce the frequency of flights on several commercially unviable routes.
“AirBaltic continues to remain strongly connected to Vilnius, one of its main cities, and will expand its connections to and from it in the coming seasons”, says the CEO of AirBaltic Martin Gauss.
In the coming winter season, the airline company will offer direct flights from Vilnius to Amsterdam, Paris, Munich, Tallinn and connections via Riga.
Regular flights to Berlin, Dublin, Kyiv and Oslo are suspended. One of AirBaltic’s Airbus A220-300 aircraft will be deployed in the winter in Vilnius.
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