Dubrovnik and Rijeka are directly connected to the Lithuanian capital

As part of the presentation of new flights in 2020, AirBaltic announced that Dubrovnik and Rijeka will be directly connected to Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania, next year. Word...

As part of the presentation of new flights in 2020, AirBaltic announced that Dubrovnik and Rijeka will be directly connected to Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania, next year.

These are flights that will be active from the beginning of May to the end of October, ie the line to Rijeka will operate once a week on Thursdays, while the line to Dubrovnik will operate twice a week, on Thursdays and Saturdays.

Martin Gauss, CEO of airBaltic, pointed out that their goal is to provide the best connectivity in both directions for all three Baltic capitals. “When estimating which destinations will sail from the Baltic capitals, we first look for the most sought after among local travelers. We therefore make an additional contribution to local airports, offering new travel opportunities. By next summer, we will already be serving 16 destinations from Estonia, 11 from Lithuania and over 70 destinations from Latvia. "

Photo: airBaltic

"This is great news and announcements that go in favor of further increasing the number of airlines, and further strengthening the traffic accessibility of Croatian destinations. On the first flight there will be a large number of travel agents and journalists from the Baltic and Scandinavia, to whom we will present Rijeka, Dubrovnik, but also Split.", Said the director of the Croatian Tourist Board Kristjan Staničić, adding that the planes from the new fleet Airbus A220-300 will operate on these routes.

The CNTB adds that the presentation of AirBaltic gathered more than 100 agents and partners, and among the guests were Krešimir Kedmenec, Ambassador of the Republic of Croatia to Lithuania and Vedran Sušić, Director of the CNTB Representation for Scandinavia, which organized a special presentation of the Croatian Tourist Board. offers with emphasis on Rijeka and Dubrovnik.

Cover photo: Riga, Latvia / Vivid_cafe Pixabay

 

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