Ireland’s budget airline Ryanair is set to launch regular flights from Lithuania’s second-biggest city of Kaunas to the German capital of Berlin, the Croatian city of Zadar and the Italian city of Pisa in the 2024 summer season.
Lietuvos Oro Uostai (Lithuanian Airports, LTOU) said on Wednesday that, based on information from Ryanair’s ticketing systems, the airline will operate three weekly flights between Kaunas and Berlin from late March, and two flights to Zadar from early June.
The exact date and frequency of flights to Pisa are expected to be specified in the near future.
Ryanair last week announced plans to reintroduce 15 regular flight routes to Lithuania for the spring and summer of 2024.
The airline offers flights to a total of 52 destinations from Lithuanian airports.
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