Posted on: 08 February 2012 by Ross McSweeny
From 27 May, Wizz Air is to add flights to Stavanger, Norway from Vilnius (VNO), with a twice-weekly service operating on Wednesdays and Sundays.
With the addition of this, Wizz Air claims the position of largest operator offering service between Lithuania and Norway. The airline will be flying six weekly frequencies to three major Norwegian cities including Bergen, Oslo and now Stavanger.
“Wizz Air is committed to growing its route network in Lithuania,” explained John Stephenson, the airline’s executive vice-president. “By deploying a second aircraft to Vilnius this May, we are able to add even more destinations, and now offer access to 13 major European cities. This new route gives Lithuanians access to one of the most important industrial hubs in Norway while introducing a great tourist destination for those living in the Stavanger area.”