Avia Solutions Group (ASG) announced on Friday the launch of a new route between Vilnius and Palanga on June 26.
Flights Vilnius-Palanga to be launched from June 26
© DELFI / Rita Gečiūnaitė

Vilma Vaitiekunaite, a spokeswoman for the aviation business group, told BNS that flights from the capital to the Baltic Sea resort will run on Friday evenings and return flights will be available on Sunday evenings.

The service will be organized by Kidy Tour and will be operated by Avion Express, both part of ASG.

Kidy Tour Gvidas Aukstuolis says the route is being relaunched after a break of over 20 years due to increased interest in short weekend trips.

Prices for a one-way ticket, including luggage, will start from 45 euros and the flight will take around 50 minutes, the organizers said.

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