Three flights per week to the Lithuanian capital

airBaltic has begun a thrice-weekly service from Hamburg directly to Vilnius, flying an Airbus A220-300. The capital of Lithuania offers diverse cultural highlights, charming architecture and exciting culinary delights.

Martin Gauss, Chief Executive Officer of airBaltic, said, "We are pleased to further expand our long-standing and successful partnership with Hamburg Airport and to extend our services in Germany by now linking the German city with the vibrant and diverse Vilnius in Lithuania. airBaltic now links Hamburg with two of the Baltic capitals - Vilnius and its home base in Riga, Latvia.

Vilnius: Between tradition and modernity

The former European Capital of Culture is still an insider tip among travelers. The old town with its numerous churches, alleys and historic buildings contrasts with its modern architecture, for example the MO Museum housing some of Europe's best art exhibitions. Art fans often make Uzupis, a city quarter famed for its independent art scene, their next stop. Combined with the city's cozy restaurants and cafes, Vilnius makes a versatile destination for guests from northern Germany.

Three times a week to Vilnius

The Hamburg-Vilnius route is served by airBaltic every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. The Airbus A220-300 takes off from Hamburg at 20:05 and lands under two hours later in Lithuania, where the local time is 22:55. The return flights take off at 18:15 and land in Hamburg at 19:20.

via: Hamburg Airport