Wizz Air launched flights between the capitals of Poland and Vilnius on 18 September, commencing a four times weekly service that will be flown on the airlines A320s. The Lithuanian capital airport celebrated the new service with a cake and ribbon cutting to officially open the route, with Olaf Martens, Director of Vilnius Airport, taking charge of proceedings.
- Wizz Air launched a European capital connection on 18 September, starting a four times weekly service between Warsaw Chopin (WAW) and Vilnius (VNO). The 396-kilometre route will be flown on the ULCC’s fleet of A320s, with LOT Polish Airlines offering direct competition, serving the city pair with 34 weekly flights on a mixture of its CRJ 900s and Q400s. Warsaw becomes the first Wizz Air destination in Poland from Vilnius, with the carrier also linking the Lithuanian capital to a further 21 destinations year-round, while Grenoble in France is served during winter. A second route to Poland will begin on 21 December, the day Wizz Air will commence a three times weekly service to Gdansk. Along with Gdansk, a seasonal route to Agadir will start on 1 November.