Tour operator Tez Tour will resume flights to foreign resorts as of July I after GetJet Airlines received the Lithuanian Transport Safety Administrations's permission for flights to Greece and Bulgaria on Friday.
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The company plans to operate daily flights from Lithuania to resorts in these countries, Tez Tour said.

On July 1, the first flight witj 90 travelers to the Greek island of Crete is scheduled for July 1.

"Trip sales are very active and we plan a very intense flight schedule. Flight to the Bulgarian resorts of Burgas and Varna will take place daily, and also six flights per week in the Greek direction are planned, including four to Crete and Saturday flights to Rhodes and the Peloponnese," Inga Aukstuolyte, spokeswoman for Tez Tour, said in a statement.

The company hopes to resume flights to Turkish, Spanish and Italian resorts in August.

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