Swedish airline to bridge gap to Stockholm


New routes between Vilnius and Amsterdam, Stockholm and Berlin

The Swedish airline Skyways is to launch direct flights between Vilnius and Berlin, Amsterdam and Stockholm from May 18. "These destinations have been selected according to strategic tasks outlined by the Lithuanian Ministry of Transport and Communications as well as according to passenger flows," said Tomas Vaisvila, managing director of Vilnius International Airport. “Amsterdam, Stockholm and Copenhagen are traditionally some of Europe’s biggest transit hubs. All flights will head to these cities’ major airports.” Tadas Vizgirda, vice president of airBaltic, which recently cancelled its Vilnius-Stockholm route, commented: “They will revive the flights to Stockholm that were cancelled because they did not pay off. Demand decreased due to the economic crisis.”

Verslo Zinios, 2009-04-20

Latest news

2009-04-21 airBaltic shareholders choose new council
2009-04-21 Rural tourism owners nervous about outlook
2009-04-21 Tallink’s newest vessel reaches home port
2009-04-20 Tourists love boat trips and kayak rides
2009-04-20 Estonian Air offers 30,000 “bargain fare” seats
2009-04-20 airBaltic to compensate passengers who lose jobs
2009-04-20 Estonia makes grab for Tax-Free shopping tourists
2009-04-20 Klaipeda lobbies for greater attention in Miami
2009-04-20 Tallink quarterly loss at over EUR 20 million

uz augšu   uz augšu

HoReCa nozares ziņas un raksti

Where to go in Latvia Events English Latvian Russian