The Latvian airline AirBaltic is removing four routes from Vilnius Airport as of September. Meanwhile, flights to four destinations – Paris, Berlin, Tallinn and Riga – will be less frequent.
AirBaltic will stop operating flights to Oslo, London Gatwick, Dublin and Hamburg from September.
AirBaltic says it is facing a shortage of aircraft parts. However, the flights should return to the same volumes in winter, it adds.
From September, Paris will be serviced three times a week and Berlin twice a week. The company currently offers four flights a week on this route. Flights to Riga and Tallinn will also be reduced, but the exact numbers were not specified. (LRT/Business World Magazine)