VILNIUS - The first passenger flights from Lithuania to foreign countries may be resumed on May 10-15, Prime Minister Saulius Skvernelis said on Tuesday.
Skvernelis did not say which routes might be reopened initially, but noted that air travel to countries that do not apply quarantine restrictions or are coronavirus hotspots will not be resumed.
"The government will consider how to renew flights at Vilnius Airport, but certainly not today," the prime minister said, adding that "some first steps" toward resuming air trave...
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