airBaltic expands in Vilnius, adds two more routes for summer 2024

airBaltic announce routes to Lisbon and Hamburg

The Latvian airline airBaltic has announced a further expansion in Vilnius by adding two more routes, to Lisbon (Portugal) and Hamburg (Germany), to its upcoming summer schedule from the Lithuanian capital. Both new routes are part of a risk-sharing cooperation between airBaltic and Lithuanian Airports.

The announcement was made today by the representatives of airBaltic, Lithuanian Airports, and Marius Skuodis, Minister of Transport and Communications of Lithuania, during a media briefing at Vilnius Airport.

Mantas Vrubliauskas, Vice President Network Development at airBaltic: “Vilnius is one of airBaltic home cities, and we are committed to further improving the connectivity to and from city.

“The new routes will provide passengers with more variety when it comes to leisure and business travel.

“We are grateful to Lithuanian Airports and our local partners for their cooperation over the years, supporting the airBaltic expansion in Lithuania.”

Simonas Bartkus, CEO of Lithuanian Airports: “We are successfully continuing our proven track record of route development with the expansion of our risk-sharing model.

“Together with our partners, we are investing in high-quality air connectivity between Lithuania and key European aviation hubs. Lisbon, the capital of Portugal, serves as a particularly crucial link for intercontinental travel.

“Additionally, Hamburg, a prominent German city and port, presents significant business opportunities, facilitating the opening of new routes to destinations worldwide.”

From Vilnius, airBaltic will operate two weekly flights to both cities, providing passengers with two service classes – Economy and Business Class.