British Airways gives no comment on future flights to Vilnius

After the Vilnius administration on Wednesday decided to earmark about 2.1 million euros within the next three years for marketing of flights to one of London's key airports in hopes of attracting the United Kingdom's largest airline British Airways, the latter has not given any comments on its plans in this respect.
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