Wizz Air announced its first route from Lithuania to Croatia

Hungarian low-cost air carrier Wizz Air (W6/WZZ) has offered its first route from its base in Vilnuis, the captial of Lithuania, to Croatia. New Vilnius – Split route is the first Wizz Air’s route from to Croatia for this year. It is offered with two flights a week, on Mondays and Fridays, from June 13th to September 23rd with Airbus A320 (in the picture). From Lithuania to Croatia there is only one more route, from Vilnius to Dubrovnik, operated by Latvian air carrier AirBaltic (BT/BTC). Before the pandemic Ryanair (FR/RYR) announced Kaunas – Zadar route, but it hasn’t started with flight operations because of the pandemic and has never been offered again later.  

Wizz Air also significantly boosts routes from Poland to Split. Katowice – Split route will start with flight operations two weeks earlier then last year, and in the peak summer season up to five flights a week are offered, two more then last year. The same is with Krakow – Split route which started with flight operations last year. Poznan – Split route is offered with three weekly flights instead of two last year. Remaining routes from Warsaw to Split with three weekly flights, and last year’s new routes from Gdansk, Lublin and Wroclaw to Split, all with two flights a week, are offered this year with the same capacity as last year.