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Ryanair aims for 34 routes in Lithuania

The low-cost carrier’s winter 2019 schedule includes a new route for each of the country’s three international airports.

Ryanair has announced its winter 2019 schedule for Lithuania, with 34 routes in total at the Baltic country’s three international airports.

These include a new winter service from second city Kaunas to Edinburgh, a route from the capital Vilnius to Tel Aviv, and flights between London Stansted and Palanga on Lithuania’s coast.

All three routes are to be operated twice weekly and “will help deliver two million customers per annum”, the airline says.

“Lithuanian consumers and visitors can now book their holidays as far out as March 2020, on even lower fares,” Ryanair claims, citing its new “2019 customer care improvements”.

These improvements include “lowest fares – find a cheaper fare within three hours and get paid the difference” plus a €5 credit, the airline promises.

Kaunas engineering
Meanwhile, Kaunas Aircraft Maintenance Services, an engineering company supporting Ryanair’s Boeing 737 fleet at Kaunas Airport, has confirmed it will hire an additional 100 skilled staff by 2021 to join the current 250 engineers who have completed over 700 complex checks for Ryanair since 2013.

A list of Ryanair’s routes from Vilnius is currently listed as: Amman, Barcelona, Beauvais, Bergamo, Berlin-Schönefeld, Bremen, Charleroi, Cologne/Bonn, Dublin, Edinburgh, Hahn, Kiev-Boryspil, Leeds/Bradford, Liverpool, London Luton, London Stansted, Malta, Nuremberg, Oslo Gardermoen, Rome Ciampino, Tel Aviv and Treviso.

From Kaunas, the carrier’s planes fly to: Alicante, Bologna, Bristol, Copenhagen, Dublin, London Luton, London Stansted, Milan Malpensa, Naples, Paphos and Shannon. And there is one destination available from Palanga, London Stansted.

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