Air Baltic has launched a four-times weekly service from the Lithuanian capital of Vilnius to Dublin at the end of this month.
Flights commence today (March 29), with the outbound leg departing Dublin on Monday, Tuesday, Friday and Saturday at 0050, arriving into Vilnius at 0555, and the return leg leaving Vilnius on Monday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday at 2320, arriving in Ireland at 0010.
The route will be served with Boeing 757 aircraft, with a flight time of three hours 30 minutes, and one-way fares starting from €31. Aer Lingus already offers a four-times weekly service between the two cities.
Air Baltic also flies four times per week to London Gatwick, and will also offer routes to Amsterdam, Berlin, Copenhagen, Munich, Paris, Rome, Tallinn, Hamburg and Oslo during the summer season.
For more information visit airbaltic.com.
Report by Mark Caswell