Air Lituanica, an airline controlled by the city of Vilnius, has signed a cooperation agreement with Air France and KLM Royal Dutch Airlines for connecting flights to Paris and Amsterdam.
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"What is very important for us is that we will be able to use the extensive ticket distribution channels of these carriers and offer their services to our passengers," Air Lituanica Commercial Director Simonas Bartkus said in a press release on Thursday.

Sandra Meškauskaitė, head of communications at Air Lituanica, told BNS that this cooperation might bring other benefits in the future, such as the possibility of using Air France and KLM loyalty programs.

According to the press release, passengers will be able to buy one ticket for a flight from Vilnius with an intermediate stop in Amsterdam Schiphol Airport or Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport, from which KLM and Air France operate 231 routes to 103 countries.

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