airBaltic launches direct flights from Palanga to Amsterdam

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airBaltic today celebrates its expansion in Palanga by launching direct service to Amsterdam.

The airline will operate two weekly flights on this route. In total, during 2024, airBaltic is connecting Lithuania to 19 destinations and continues to base two aircraft in Vilnius.

On all flights, passengers can choose between two service classes: Economy and Business.

Mantas Vrubliauskas, Vice President Network Development at airBaltic: “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.”

Tomas Zitikis, Head of Route Development, Lithuanian Airports: “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.”