Wizz Air launches Warsaw-Bristol
Tuesday 30, March 2010
Wizz Air, the largest low fare – low cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe announced today that it would launch a new route from Warsaw to Bristol.
The new flights will start on 19 September with initially 2 frequencies a week. Tickets are already on sale on wizzair.com with fares starting from as low as GBP 18,99 (one way, all inclusive).
“We are confident that the new route will be very popular with travellers from across the South West and Wales wanting to visit Warsaw for business, leisure or to spend time with friends and family. The new service will also bring visitors from the Polish capital to enjoy the attractions Bristol and the region has to offer.” – said György Abrán, Chief Commercial Officer of Wizz Air.
Shaun Browne, Aviation Director at Bristol Airport, said: “We are delighted to welcome Wizz Air to Bristol Airport. Today’s announcement is a vote of confidence in Bristol Airport and the South West, and a signal that strong demand still exists for air travel to and from the region. We will be working hard to ensure the success of this route and look forward to exploring other opportunities with Wizz Air in future.”
In March, Wizz Air based its fourth Airbus A320 aircraft in Warsaw and launched 5 new routes to Eindhoven, Barcelona, Madrid, Turku and Treviso.
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