Latvia's Air Baltic is starting to fly passengers between Vilnius and Munich, Germany, on Monday.
"air Baltic" jet
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The flights will be conducted three times a week.

On Sunday, Air Baltic launched flights between the Lithuanian capital and Paris, which will take place four times a week. Also on Sunday, Hungary's low-cost airline Wizz Air started flying passengers from Vilnius to Gothenburg, Sweden, while Ireland's low-cost airline Ryanair launched flights between the Lithuanian seaside resort of Palanga to Glasgo, Scotland.

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