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airBaltic Launches New Direct Service Between Palanga and Amsterdam

airBaltic has today launched new nonstop service between Palanga, Lithuania and Amsterdam.  The route will now operate twice weekly, expanding the carrier’s network from Lithuania to 19 destinations.


airBaltic Airbus A220-300 Closeup - Courtesy airBaltic

On Wednesday (May 29, 2024), airBaltic announced the launch of new service between Palanga and Amsterdam, expanding their network from Lithuania to 19 destinations, with two based aircraft in Vilnius.  The route will be operated twice weekly with an Airbus A220-300 featuring Business and Economy Class cabins.  This past April, airBaltic celebrated 15 years of service to/from Palanga, and over the years has connected Lithuania’s seaside with the Latvian capital with daily service.  Customers can also enjoy seamless connections to airBaltic’s home base in Riga, Latvia, where they can connect to the carrier’s extensive worldwide network with over 20 codeshare partners.


In Wednesday’s announcement, airBaltic’s Vice President of Network Development, Mantas Vrubliauskas, said,


“We are thrilled to expand our services in Palanga with the new direct route to Amsterdam, which is one the largest airport hubs in Europe and one of the most demanded destinations from Palanga airport.  This addition greatly enhances the connectivity of Western Lithuania, with more than 100 destinations connected via Amsterdam.  This route will also be important in attracting new visitors to the beautiful Western Lithuanian region.  This new route is also a testament to our excellent cooperation with Lithuanian airports and Klaipeda region.”


Also commenting on airBaltic’s new Amsterdam Service, Lithuanian Airport’s Head of Route Development, Tomas Zitikis, added,


“This route is very important for the entire Western Lithuania region.  It will benefit both those passengers who will be able to reach Amsterdam directly and quickly as their final destination, and those who will be able to use convenient connecting flights through this aviation hub to reach, for example, the United States.  Without doubt, this convenient flight is also an opportunity for our country to attract more tourists from Western Europe.  We are very pleased and delighted with the decision of our long-standing partner airBaltic to expand at the Lithuanian seaside airport.”


Established in 1995, Air Baltic Corporation SA (airBaltic) is a joint stock company with most of the equity (97.97%) held by the Latvian state and the remaining 2.03% held by other shareholders.  One of the most punctual carriers in the world, the airline connects the Baltic region with over 130 routes from Riga, Tallinn, Vilnius and Tampere to more than 70 destinations in Europe, the Middle East, North Africa and the Caucasus region with a fleet of 47 Airbus A220-300s.  airBaltic also operates seasonally from Gran Canaria.  The airline Group also includes Air Baltic Training SIA, Loyalty Services SIA, Baltijas Kravu Centrs SIA and Crew Resources AS.  airBaltic currently employs over 2,500 team members.


 

Source: airBaltic

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