Following our report on the good news for Estonian Air in carrying over 100 000 passengers for the first time in June 2012, it seems the airline industry is seeing some signs of improvement in nearby Lithuania as well.
According to a report on the Baltic Business News site, scheduled flights between Vilnius, Lithuania and Reykjavik, Iceland, are now running, or rather, flying, for the summer season at least.
Icelandic carrier Iceland Express will operate a four hour flight between the two cities, every Wednesday, from 27 June to 29 August.
The airline will operate the large Airbus A320 which holds 180 passenger seats and thus has a capacity of 3 600 seats throughout the season.
This is the 20th airline to operate from Vilnius Airport.