Two new routes launched in as many days from Vilnius, Lithuania, as Air Lituanica puts its latest fleet addition to work. Celebrating the new 904-kilometre, four weekly, schedule to Prague is; Jozef Sinčák, Vice-Chairman of the Board of Directors and Senior Executive Director of the Business and Corporate Services Division at Prague Airport; Simonas Bartkus, CCO of Air Lituanica; Sandra Meškauskaitė, Communication Manager for Air Lituanica; and Aurimas Taurantas, The Lithuanian Ambassador in the Czech Republic.
- Air Lituanica, a new Lithuanian airline, has launched two new routes in as many days, utilising its brand new leased Embraer E175 aircraft. The carrier, which took delivery of its second fleet addition on 5 September, inaugurated flights from its Lithuanian base, Vilnius (VNO) to Prague (PRG) on 20 September. The first of two new network additions is a 904-kilometre sector, offered four times weekly and is without competition to the capital and largest city of the Czech Republic. Air Lituanica’s second new city pair, launched a day later on 21 September, also operates from its base, Vilnius (VNO); flying to Munich (MUC). The second new route is a 1,170-kilometre sector and is scheduled thrice-weekly, also without competition.
Air Lituanica’s CCO, Simonas Bartkus, celebrated the launch of the new Lithuanian carrier’s fifth destination at Munich airport, on 21 September. Also marking the important day was Alexander Schroll, the Director of Traffic Development at Munich Airport; and cabin crew from the airline's second Embraer E175. The new airframe is used to operate the thrice-weekly, 1,170-kilometre sector between the two cities without competition.