Air Lituanica wants to become Vilnius Airport’s most punctual air carrier. The airline has announced a guaranteed on-time arrival program that offers free flights to passengers whose flights are late.
According to the news from Lithuania’s biggest airport, Vilnius International served some 2 million plus passengers in September, a record number according to previous totals. As for growth, the number indicated upwards of a 41 percent increase year on year.
Kempinski announced last week their first Vilnius hotel opening with Kempinski Hotel Cathedral Square. A 96 room luxury affair, this is the first Lithuanian and the first Baltic accomodation offered by the famous luxury hoteliers.
Exploring the Lithuanian capital of Vilnius is sure to be a lot easier for tourists in 2012, thanks to a great new travel app designed and created by the Vilnius Tourist Information Center.
For those travelers out there who love to dance, shake it even, Lithuania is the place to be this week. The Annual AfroLatin Dance Festival begins in Vilnius on Friday and ends on the following Monday. Organized by the Afrolatin dance studio “Bachata Souls” – this year’s Bachata extravaganza promises to be the hottest Latin dance event of the Summer.
Ryanair apparently knows something other airlines do not. With traffic to and from destinations like Lithuania growing exponentially, Ryanair’s overall strategy to help grow tourism seems to be paying off. Lithuania as an emerging economy has pretty much the same strategy with perhaps the lowest corporate tax rate in Europe. For travelers all this news spells “deal” basically.