Ireland's low-fare airline Ryanair on Tuesday is launching flights between Vilnius and the southeastern German city of Nuremberg.
© Kas vyksta Kaune / Rokas Tenys

According to information on Ryanair's website, it will operate flights on the route on Tuesdays and Saturdays.

On Wednesday, the Irish carrier will start flying between the Lithuanian capital and the German city of Cologne.

Ryanair's competitor, Hungary's budget airline Wizz Air, on Wednesday is opening a route between Vilnius and the Moroccan resort of Agadir.

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