From 20th September, Air Lituanica passengers will be able to fly Prague and for the 21st of the same month to Munich. Both these new routes will be served with the second Air Lituanica aircraft Embraer 175. Until now all the Air Lituanica flights have been carried out in corporation with the Estonian provider Estonian Air, the owner of leased aircraft Embraer 170. The newly introduced routes will be served with the Air Lituanica flight numbers the company IATA code LT.
The return flights from Vilnius to Munich will be carried out three times per week, on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. The aircraft will take off from Vilnius International Airport at 9:50 AM and leave Munich on its way back at 12:10 PM. Munich is the second Air Lituanica served destination in Germany. The company has been operating direct flights to Berlin since 5th August. Direct flights to the Vaclav Havel Airport Prague will be carried out four times per week: on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. The aircraft will take off from Vilnius at 9:45 Am and a one-way flight will take 1 hour 40 minutes. The returning aircraft will leave Prague at 11:50 and will land in the Vilnius International after 1 hour and 35 minutes.
Air Lituanica currently offers its customers direct daily flights to Amsterdam, Brussels and Berlin. Up until 2015, the Air Lituanica’s flight route map will consists of 13-16 routes and there are plans to carry 500-600 thousand passengers every year.