Ireland's budget airline Ryanair is launching flights between London and Lithuania's seaside resort Palanga.
Palanga
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Starting in spring, Ryanair will operate two weekly flights between Palanga International Airport and London Stansted.

The company expects to serve 30,000 customers per year.

Currently, airlines SAS, Norwegian and airBaltic are operating flights to Copenhagen, Oslo and Riga from Palanga.

Poland's LOT recently announced plans to fly passengers from Palanga to Warsaw and Wizz Air will offer flights to London Luton.

Belarusian airline Belavia will open a route between Palanga and Minsk in June while Russia's Rusline will be flying to Moscow.

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