“Wizz Air” announces third airport in Lithuania
Wizz Air, the largest low-cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe, today announced it will add operations from Kaunas to complement its Lithuanian offer of low-cost services. From 29 March, the airline will start operating a new service to London Luton from the newest WIZZ airport in Kaunas with five weekly flights.
With an initial seat capacity of 93,000 seats the new route is expected to stimulate aviation and hospitality sectors in Lithuania, while allowing Kaunas passengers to travel on WIZZ’s low fares to the United Kingdom. Tickets on Wizz Air’s new Kaunas route is already on sale and can be booked from only EUR 29.99*.
Since its first flight from Vilnius in 2011, Wizz Air carried nearly three million Lithuania passengers, becoming the leading airline at Vilnius International Airport. Underlining its commitment to the country, WIZZ recently added Palanga to its low fare route network and with the new Kaunas service, now offers 25 routes to 13 countries from its three Lithuanian airports.
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Gabor Vasarhelyi, Communications Manager at Wizz Air said:
“We are delighted to announce operations from our third Lithuanian airport, Kaunas bringing more low fares to the country. With our new service to London Luton, our Lithuania passengers can avail of another link to the UK capital, while the five weekly frequencies provide a convenient schedule for both business and leisure trips. We recommend our passengers to snap up the lowest fares on wizzair.com!”
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