Budget airline Wizz Air announced further expansion of its low-fare route network in Lithuania on Saturday.
© DELFI / Kiril Čachovskij

According to a press release, from 22 April 2015, the airline will start operating flights from Vilnius to Frankfurt Hahn three times a week, Belfast and Malmo twice a week, each. Frequencies on existing services will also increase in the 2015 summer season. Routes from Vilnius to Dortmund and Stavanger will be operated 4 times a week, while services to Doncaster Sheffield, Bergen and Sandefjord will increase to 3 weekly flights from 22 April 2015.

Belfast, the largest city in Northern Ireland, is the latest of the 101 destinations on the Wizz Air map. The city is a center for industry as well as arts, education, business and law and is the economic engine of Northern Ireland. Belfast is a perfect destination for those looking for a city break full of beautiful sightseeing and year-round cultural events.

With the latest addition to the network, Wizz Air now offers 19 routes to 12 countries from Vilnius.

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