Wizz Air, the largest low-cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe, toady announced further expansion of its route network from Lithuania. The airline will start operating another attractive route from Vilnius to Grenoble in France.
The new service will commence on 14 January and operate on Saturdays. Tickets are already on sale at wizzair.com starting at only EUR 24.99.
Located in southeastern France, Grenoble is a popular destination among winter sport lovers, who can enjoy the region’s excellent cuisine and effervescent nightlife while spending an active yet relaxing holiday in the beautiful Alps.
Grenoble is already the 4th new destination WIZZ added to its low-fare Vilnius network in 2016. With its newest service to France, Wizz Air now offers a total of 33 routes to 14 countries from it’s three Lithuanian airports.
Since Wizz Air’s first Vilnius flight in 2011, over 3 million passengers have flown with WIZZ to and from Lithuania. Wizz Air is now the leading airline at Vilnius International Airport and has four aircraft and some 150 employees based in the Lithuanian capital. In 2015, WIZZ carried nearly one million passengers on its low fare Vilnius routes, supporting over 700 local jobs.