Hungarian Wizz Air, Europe’s fastest-growing low-cost airliner, announced several new routes in the last few weeks as almost all restrictions connected to the coronavirus epidemic have been erased in Europe. Here are the latest directions they announced.
From July, those wishing to reach the island of Skiathos will also be able to do so from Milan Malpensa International Airport. For those wishing to travel to Kos, the Dodecanese island famous for its fine sandy beaches, a new route between Rome Fiumicino and Kos will be available from June. Both routes will be served by twice-weekly flights.
From September and throughout the year, those travelling to Germany will be able to do so on the new route that will connect Rome Fiumicino airport and Dortmund, the historic city in the Ruhr area. This new route will be operated three times a week.
NEW WIZZ AIR ROUTES FROM ITALY
|Rome Fiumicino – Kos||Monday, Friday||19,99 EUR||6 June 2022|
|Milan Malpensa – Skiathos||Tuesday, Saturday||19,99 EUR||5 July 2022|
|Rome Fiumicino – Dortmund||Monday, Wednesday, Friday||19,99 EUR||5 September 2022|
Furthermore, they announced the launch of one new route
from Bucharest to Aarhus,
the second largest city in Denmark. The new service will be operated twice/week on Thursday and Sunday starting September 29. Wizz Air continues to expand its operations throughout the network, as the industry returns to its pre-pandemic capacity, they said.
they will introduce a new route from Vilnius to Split in Croatia.
First flights will be taking off starting June 13, tickets can be purchased today on the company’s website www.wizzair.com or using the Wizz Air mobile app. Tickets prices start at 19.99 EUR.
According to their website, the company has recently updated and expanded its route map. The passengers from Vilnius can now travel to sunny Barcelona (Spain) and Athens (Greece), rich with historical treasures, and also from Kaunas to Eindhoven in the south of the Netherlands. For leisure or business travel, it will once again be possible to choose previously popular travel destinations to Belfast, the capital of Northern Ireland, the southern Danish city of Billund, Doncaster in the north of England and Nice on the Mediterranean coast.