Lviv’s reintegration with Eastern Europe intensifies as Wizz Air starts service in October from Lviv to Bratislava, Slovakia, and to Vilnius, Lithuania
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Lviv’s reintegration with Eastern Europe intensifies as Wizz Air starts service in October from Lviv to Bratislava, Slovakia, and to Vilnius, Lithuania

Lviv’s reintegration with Eastern Europe intensifies as Wizz Air starts service in October from Lviv to Bratislava, Slovakia, and to Vilnius, Lithuania. By Nov. 1, Lviv will have direct flights to Vienna and eight Polish cities. From the 14th Century until World War II, Lviv was administered, successively, by the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, by Austria, and by Poland.

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