Hungary's budget airline Wizz Air is Monday starting to fly passengers from Vilnius to the Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport and will have four weekly flights.
Wizz Air
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In early November, Wizz Air intends to open flights from Vilnius to Agadir, Morocco, and to the Polish port city of Gdansk in December.

Currently, Wizz Air flies from all three Lithuanian airports in Vilnius, Kaunas and Palanga to 15 countries.

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