Air Lituanica stops flight operations

5/25/2015

The Lithuanian airline Air Lituanica – who operates a route to Sweden's Bromma airport – have cancelled all of their planned flights effective immediately.

Bild på Air Lituanicas plan.

ECC Sweden's colleague, ECC Lithuania, reports that the airline Air Lituanica has suspended all its flights scheduled from 23 May onwards. Air Lituanica flies to Bromma Airport in Stockholm.

Until Friday, May 29, all passengers who have tickets with Air Lituanica will be re-booked to flights with Air Baltic, which is also based in Lithuania. If you as an affected passenger is not satisfied with this option, you can choose to get your money back instead

Air Baltic steps in

Air Lituanica and Air Baltic are in discussions about a possible further cooperation. It has been said that even after 29 May, Air Lituanicas tickets are valid on Air Baltic flights for eight more days, subject to availability. This applies to flights to and from Amsterdam, Brussels, Prague, Munich, Paris, Billund, Stockholm, Vilnius and Tallinn.

Consumers affected by the cancelled flights are asked to contact their travel vendors. If you bought your ticket directly at the Air Lituanicas website, do not hesitate to e-mail to fly@airlituanica.com for assistance. Additional information is available in the article Cancelled flight.

Air Lituanica, which was founded almost exactly two years ago, has suffered losses recently. Yet, the company has not indicated any reason for the sudden flight cancellations. More information is available on Air Lituanicas website.

UPDATE 2016-07-26: The link to Air Lituanicas website has been removed as the webpage is no longer in function. Editor's note.