Moreover, the airline will operate fewer flights to London Luton, the company told BNS.
"It's a usual aviation practice that flights change due to travel seasons and route popularity. To make the most popular routes affordable with the lowest possible prices, Wizz Air regularly monitors and analyzed the results of offers routes," the company told BNS.
According to Wizz Air, passengers who have already bought tickets for flights to Reykjavik and Athens will be informed and offered the alternatives of having a refund or 120 percent of the amount transferred to their Wizz Air accounts.
Wizz Air has regularly flown to Athens from March, 2018 and operated regular flights to Reykjavik since March, 2016.
The Hungarian airline says the number of flights to London Luton will go down but it paid attention to the fact that the company had offered flights to London Southend, therefore, the number of flights between London and Vilnius would remain the same as last year.
Last spring, Wizz Air started flying from Vilnius to Yerevan, and Zaporozhe, and to Saint Petersburg from last summer.