Wizz Air is re-launching two popular flights from Budapest this autumn, with the low-cost airline flying to Hurghada in Egypt and Aqaba in Jordan.
Wizz Air will operate two flights a week between Budapest and Aqaba on Tuesdays and Saturdays from 3 October.
The low-cost airline will fly to Hurghada once a week on Saturdays from 5 November.
Fares on both routes start at just over HUF 20,000 forints (EUR 49).
As we wrote today, Qatar’s airports are not suitable to welcome millions of guests for this year’s football world cup. Therefore, they will need help from nearby airports. One is the Al Maktoum International Airport at Dubai World Central, or DWC, where the number of airlines buying extra slots is rising. One of those companies is Hungary’s Wizz Air, which aims to have its share of the increasing passenger traffic, details HERE.
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