Ryanair, Europe’s largest low fares airline, today announced that from July it will operate a new twice weekly service from Kaunas to Bremen (Germany). This new service will see an additional 30,000 passengers travel to/ from Kaunas Airport.
Speaking today, Ryanair’s Director of New Route Development Ken O’Toole said: “As other carriers either go out of business or reduce the level of direct connections from Lithuanian to Europe, Ryanair is delighted to announce further expansion of our routes at Kaunas Airport. Ryanair is committed to delivering the lowest fares guaranteed, and we’re confident that this new route to Bremen will prove just as successful as our other Ryanair routes already operating from Kaunas. To celebrate the launch Ryanair is releasing 1million seats for just 35LTL one-way including taxes and charges for travel in late May and June”.
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