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Ryanair launches Lithuanian summer 2015 schedule and new Lithuanian website

Ryanair, Europe’s favourite low fares airline, launched its Lithuanian summer 2015 schedule with 28 routes in total including two new summer routes from Kaunas to Shannon and Vilnius to Madrid, which will deliver 1.2m customers p.a. and support over 1,200* on-site jobs at Kaunas and Vilnius airports.

 Ryanair’s Lithuanian summer 2015 schedule will deliver:
• 2 new routes from Kaunas to Shannon and Vilnius to Madrid
• Increased flights from Vilnius to Barcelona, Milan & Paris
• 28 routes in total (15 to/from Kaunas, 13 to/from Vilnius)
• 194 weekly return flights
• 1.2m customers p.a.
• 1,200 “on-site” jobs p.a.

Ryanair celebrated the launch of its Lithuanian summer 2015 schedule and new Lithuanian website by releasing 100,000 seats for sale across its European network, at prices from 69LTL for travel in October, November and December. These low fare seats are available for booking until midnight Monday (29 Sep).

In Vilnius, Ryanair’s Neringa Ohrstrom said:
Lithuanian customers can choose from 28 exciting routes next summer, including two new summer routes from Kaunas to Shannon (2 x weekly) and Vilnius to Madrid (4 x weekly). Ryanair also announced increased frequencies on Vilnius to Barcelona (3 x weekly), Milan (5 x weekly) and Paris (5 x weekly) and a change of Frankfurt Hahn route from Kaunas to Vilnius, offering both leisure and business customers easier access to European business centres. Ryanair’s Lithuanian summer 2015 schedule will be on sale on www.ryanair.com from tomorrow 26th September on the new Lithuanian website.

Our Lithuanian consumers already choose Ryanair for our low fares, industry leading customer service and great route choice. Now they can also book their summer 2015 flights even earlier on our bran new Lithuanian website and great new app, carry a free small 2nd carry-on bag, enjoy allocated seats and avail of our new Family Extra and Business Plus services, as Ryanair continues to deliver so much more than just the lowest fares.

 *ACI research confirms up to 1,000 ‘on-site’ jobs are sustained at international airports for every 1m passengers.