Wizz Air opens new routes
Tuesday 14, December 2010
Wizz Air, the largest low fare - low cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe announced that it would open four more routes from Poland, two more routes from Serbia from March, 2011, a new route from the Czech Republic and four more routes from Romania starting March, 2011.
New routes from Poland
Wizz Air will launch four new routes from Gdansk to Stavanger (Norway), to Gothenburg (Sweden), to Aarhus (Denmark), and from Poznan to Barcelona (Spain). This will increase the total number of Wizz Air routes from Poland to 79.
Gdansk - Stavanger 3x/week March 29th, 2011
Gdansk - Gothenburg 2x/week March 29th, 2011
Gdansk - Aarhus 2x/week March 29th, 2011
Poznan - Barcelona 2x/week March 27th, 2011
All the new flights are on sale at wizzair.com. Fares are starting from as low as PNL 80 (approximately EUR 17,49), one way, all inclusive.
Jozsef Varadi, Chief Executive Officer of Wizz Air said: “With the current addition of these four attractive destinations, we plan to carry millions of passengers next year on our Polish network. Poland remains one of our most important markets, and our uninterrupted growth continue to prove the robustness of our business model. Each year more and more customers can experience the incomparable Wizz journey – great service at truly affordable prices.”
New routes from Serbia
Wizz Air will launch two new routes from Belgrade to Gothenburg (Sweden) and to Brussels Charleroi (Belgium).
Belgrade - Gothenburg 2x/week April 3rd, 2011
Belgrade – Brussels Charleroi 2x/week March 29th, 2011
All the new flights are on sale at wizzair.com. Fares are starting from as low as RSD 2465 / 224 SEK one way, all inclusive.
Attila Dankovics, Marketing, Sales & Communication director Wizz Air said: “We are excited about our new expansion milestone reached in Serbia. Besides the new direct flight to Gothenburg, our new Brussels flight makes the capital of Europe available directly from Belgrade. This, together with the already operated routes allows more and more passengers to enjoy the Wizz flying experience – great service at truly affordable prices.”
Wizz Air flies from Brno to Rome
Wizz Air will launch the new route from Brno to Rome’s Fiumicino Airport (Italy). The flight will be initially available two times a week, on Wednesdays and Sundays.
Brno – Rome Fiumicino 2x/week March 27th, 2011
The new flight is on sale at wizzair.com. Fares are starting from as low as CSK 467 (approximately EUR 17,49), one way, all inclusive.
Attila Dankovics, Marketing, Sales & Communication director Wizz Air said: “We are excited about our new expansion milestone reached in Brno. Our new Rome service makes another major European capital available directly from Moravia. This, together with the already operated London-Luton route, allows more and more passengers enjoy the Wizz flying experience – great service at truly affordable prices. We are also please to announce that the Brno-Luton service will increase from 3 to 4 weekly flights also from March.”
New routes from Romania
Wizz Air will launch four new routes: from Cluj Napoca to Larnaca (Cyprus), from Tirgu Mures to London-Luton (UK), and from Bucharest Baneasa to Bari (Italy) and to Alicante (Spain).
Cluj-Napoca - Larnaca 2x/week June 4th, 2011
Tirgu Mures – London Luton 3x/week March 29th, 2011
Bucharest Baneasa - Bari 3x/week March 27th, 2011
Bucharest Baneasa - Alicante 2x/week March 29th, 2011
All the new flights are on sale at wizzair.com. Fares are starting from as low as RON 140 (approximately EUR 32,49), one way, all inclusive.
Gyorgy Abran, Chief Commercial Officer of Wizz Air said: “This route expansion clearly shows the importance of the Romanian market for us. We are very satisfied with the performance of our network here. In line with our proven business model, we will continue to choose the most efficient and most reliable service providers in Romania in the forthcoming years, to be able to guarantee our great services at truly affordable prices.”
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