The second Wizz Air route to Turkey is now open, and it allows you to fly directly from Budapest to Antalya.
The route, which is the Hungarian airline’s fourth newly announced destination this year, follows the inauguration of its Istanbul network addition by almost two months. Tickets can be purchased via the website of Wizz Air or the airline’s mobile app.
Wizz Air’s ever-expanding network offers travellers more than 60 destinations from Hungary this year. The new flight is part of the airline’s wider expansion scheme, connecting Turkey with many other countries and cities. The expansion will cut travel time and thus make it easier and more affordable for passengers to reach many sought-after destinations.
Good news for beach lovers: this summer, Wizz Air will be launching flights from Budapest to Antalya, a popular leisure destination on the “Turkish Riviera”. In addition to the clean beaches, the city boasts countless picturesque sights, such as Kaleiçi its romantic old town, where visitors can enjoy a wide range of gastronomic and cultural experiences. The city, also known for its vibrant nightlife, offers plenty of family-friendly options for the perfect beach holiday.
“We are very pleased to announce the launch of a new service with our largest partner, Wizz Air to Antalya, known for its stunning beaches and rich cultural heritage. Türkiye continues to be one of the most popular destinations among Hungarian travellers and the opening of Wizz Air will allow a bigger crowd to discover this magical country.” – said Balázs Bogáts, Deputy Chief Commercial Officer of Budapest Airport.
Source: Press Release
A Passing but I consider important comment, on a Cheap Flight operator.
25th May -we flew back Ryanair from Bergomo, Italy direct to Budapest, Hungary.
We arrived at airport 2 hours before departure at 8.20 pm.
The book in queue – took 45 minutes to “book” in.
The departure queue took 45 minutes to “book” in.
The walk – from “booking” in the desk of departure gate 2B – what a “route” march, – this process took 15 minutes.
The walkdown stairs to tarmac – out across tarmac – standing in a queue – waiting to ascend the “rickety” aluminium stairs – in front passenger loading door – took 10minutes.
Our seats 4 rows back behind Pilots cabin – but NO over-head luggage SPACE through the WRONGFULLNESS again of passengers -carrying everything bar the kitchen sink – onto the plane.
Cabin stewards – just standing there like Barbie Dolls – smiling and welcoming you on board – Appalling & Wrong and ABUSIVE of Policy & System – Terms of Travel Conditions.
“Sir – just put it under the seat in front of you” – the response given me, when I informed a “Barbie Doll” of no overhead locker space.
The actual flight departing 5 minutes after we took our seats – smooth and enjoyable by Ryanair.
This on-going cataclysmic horrendous problems – that confronts travellers booking in and departing from Airports, just APPEARS left un-addressed by airports, airlines and aviation authorities.
The old – To Hard Basket -I think so, just take the Money and Run ///
Fifty years ago I walked tarmacs to planes.
HELLO -what century are we IN ????