Austria’s low-cost airline No.1 starts the new direct connection from Vilnius to Vienna. Lauda offers three weekly connections from Vilnius to Austria’s capital. Customers and visitors can book their tickets now for an unbeatable price and will fly with the greenest/cleanest airline group in Europe, which has the lowest CO2 emissions. On Monday the 28th of October, the Lauda Airbus A320 took off for the first time from Vilnius and flew to the Austrian capital.
Vienna was voted the most livable city on the planet for the tenth time. There is no better time of the year to discover Vienna’s world-renowned art, culture and culinary delights than in autumn and winter. Visit the Schönbrunn Palace, St. Stephen’s Cathedral or one of the numerous exhibitions by national and international artists.
From the middle of November, until late December Vienna’s beautiful squares transform into a magical Christmas wonderland with numerous markets popping up across the city. Alternatively enjoy a quiet relaxing weekend break in one of Vienna’s glamorous hotel’s and enjoy all the charm of this historical city at a more leisurely pace.
To celebrate the launch of this new route, Lauda offers an unbeatable deal 19,99 € (one-way) from Vilnius to the most livable city on the planet, Vienna. You can find and book the entire Lauda flight offer on www.laudamotion.com or via our Lauda app for iOS and Android.
Lauda CEO Andreas Gruber said: “We are delighted to offer our passengers a new non-stop service from Vilnius to my hometown Vienna and expand our route network. Lauda allows passengers to explore the most livable city in the world for an unbeatable price.”
Mr. Aurimas Stikliunas, Head of the Aviation Services Division of Lithuanian Airports said: “City of Vienna is well known destination for worldwide travelers connecting culture and dynamic city life. We believe that the route with Laudamotion will be very popular in Lithuania not only in terms of culture tourism or leisure activities but also will increase the traffic of corporate travels.”