VILNIUS – Ireland's budget carrier Ryanair will launch flights between Kaunas and Liverpool in June.
The airline would offer two weekly flights on the new route in summer, starting from Jun. 4, Ryanair reported on Tuesday.
In January, the Dublin-based carrier announced that it was making big cuts to its flight schedule across Europe in response to COVID-19 restrictions. In Lithuania, it then suspended all flights to and from Vilnius and Palanga, leaving Kaunas-Dublin as its only open route to and from Lithuania in the subsequent few months.