Wizz Air, the largest low-cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe*, today announced further expansion of its low fare route network in Lithuania. From 22 April 2015 the airline will start operating flights from Vilnius to Frankfurt Hahn three times a week, Belfast and Malmo twice a week, each. Frequencies on existing services will also increase in the summer 2015 season. Routes from Vilnius to Dortmund and Stavanger will be operated 4 times per week, while services to Doncaster Sheffield, Bergen and Sandefjord will increase to 3 weekly flights from 22 April 2015.
Belfast, the largest city in Northern Ireland, is the latest of the 101 destinations on the WIZZ map. The city is a center for industry as well as arts, education, business and law and is the economic engine of Northern Ireland. Belfast is a perfect destination for those looking for a city break full of beautiful sightseeing and year-round cultural events.
With the latest addition to the network, Wizz Air now offers 19 routes to 12 countries from Vilnius, bringing the total seat capacity in 2015 to over 1 million seats.
Seats on Wizz Air’s newest Vilnius routes as well as the entire summer 2015 schedule are already on sale and can be booked from LTL 49 (one way including all taxes and non-optional charges) on wizzair.com.
WIZZ AIR’S NEWEST VILNIUS ROUTES:
Vilnius - Belfast
22 April 2015
Tue; Thu; Sat
23 April 2015
Vilnius - Malmo
24 April 2015
WIZZ AIR’S FREQUENCY INCREASES ON EXISTING VILNIUS ROUTES
FROM 22 APRIL 2015:
From 2 to 4
From 3 to 4
From 2 to 3
From 2 to 3
From 2 to 3
Wizz Air’s Daniel de Carvalho, said: “Today we are thrilled to announce 3 new routes from Vilnius. We are confident that our passengers from Lithuania will enjoy visiting such picturesque destinations like Belfast, Malmo or Frankfurt. We look forward to attracting more visitors to Vilnius on our new services, as well as on the increased capacity on some existing routes, which will support employment in the tourism and hospitality sector, and our local crew looks forward to welcoming many passengers on board!”
*Source: Innovata, on the basis of scheduled departing seat capacity or the year ended 31 March 2014 (“FY 2014”) 1. Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) is a region comprised of Albania, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Kosovo, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia and Ukraine.
**one way fare, including taxes, non-optional charges and one small cabin bag