The municipality of Kaunas decided on Tuesday to provide 500,000 euros to the low-cost airline Wizz Air to help it operate more flights from Lithuania’s second-biggest city.
The city expects that this will help attract more tourists.
Wizz Air asked the city to co-fund four new flights from Kaunas Airport, with plans to fly to the Dutch city of Eindhoven and the Norwegian cities of Bergen, Stavanger, and Alesund at least twice a week. The airline expects to handle around 110,000 passengers on the routes annually.
“The new routes are to Europea...
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