Daily News | Feb 21, 2019 | 0
Wizz Air continues its expansion in Europe and beyond with 11 new routes
Wizz Air, one of Europe’s fastest growing airlines and the largest low cost carrier in CEE, today announced further expansion of its network footprint across Europe with 11 new routes, creating exciting travel opportunities from 17 cities in 13 countries. The services will commence at the end of October and can already be booked on wizzair.com from fares starting EUR 9.99.
Including today’s announcement, WIZZ is adding more than 125 new routes in 2018 and over 700 additional weekly flights on existing services across its extensive and diversified network covering already more than 140 destinations across 44 countries.
WIZZ continues to grow throughout Europe and beyond, by stimulating traffic with the lowest fares and while earning the trust and loyalty of its customers who enjoy the great value travel experience.
Wizz Air is a significant contributor to the growth of local economies in the communities in which it operates and will continue to stimulating the job market in aviation support services as well as in local tourism and hospitality industries.
Sorina Ratz, Acting Head of Corporate Communications at Wizz Air said:
“WIZZ is the European airline that is always looking to create more and more exciting travel connections for its customers across Europe and beyond. Today we are announcing 11 new routes that will start at the end of October and will add to already more than 600 routes available to our customers. We will continue to further expand our network footprint and provide truly affordable prices, as well as stimulate the local economy of the communities we serve. This year we are introducing over 125 new connections supporting tourism industries and boosting business links between the countries.”
WIZZ eager travelers looking to explore amazing places around Europe and beyond can now secure the lowest fares on wizzair.com.
The new routes:
|Route:||Operating Days||Starts||Fares From*|
|Vienna – Warsaw||Daily||28 October 2018||19.99 EUR / 89 PLN|
|Gdansk – Kharkiv||Wednesday, Sunday||28 October 2018||9.99 EUR / 39 PLN / 299 UAH|
|Wroclaw – Kharkiv||Wednesday, Sunday||28 October 2018||9.99 EUR / 39 PLN / 299 UAH|
|Lviv – Vilnius||Monday, Friday||29 October 2018||14.99 EUR / UAH 459|
|Lviv – Bratislava||Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday||30 October 2018||14.99 EUR / UAH 459|
|Pristina – Mulhouse||Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday||20 November 2018||19.99 EUR|
|Pristina – Munich Memmingen||Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday||30 October 2018||19.99 EUR|
|Pristina – Dortmund||Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday||15 December 2018||19.99 EUR|
|Tirana – Dortmund||Tuesday, Saturday (Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday in winter peak)||30 October 2018||19.99 EUR|
|Budapest – Doncaster/Sheffield||Monday, Wednesday, Friday||29 October 2018||16.99 EUR /6090 HUF /17.99 GBP|
|Craiova – Charleroi||Tuesday, Saturday||15 December 2018||14.99 EUR / 69 RON|
Featured image: www.facebook.com/wizzaircom
Source: Wizz Air Press Release