Multiple Wizz Air planes remained stuck in Ukraine after Russia started its invasion of the country. It seems one of them could escape on Tuesday. Below, you may read the details.
József Váradi, the CEO of the Hungarian low-cost airline, confirmed in May that Wizz Air had four planes in the war-torn country. In May, all of them were undamaged. One was in Lviv, while three were in Kyiv.
Based on the latest information, the one in Kyiv, an Airbus A320, could escape and was flew to Katowice, Poland, Index.hu reported. The company has been working since the beginning of the Russian invasion to get out its stuck planes. Reportedly, they are still undamaged. However, the aircrafts must be scanned, and need the permission of the Ukrainian authorities.
Meanwhile, you can book some tickets for next summer to some popular destinations for an affordable price on Wizz’s website. You may find Utazómajom’s list at the bottom of THIS article.
The number of Hungarian tourists visiting Croatia has gone up by 27 percent to 522,300 in the first eight months this year compared with the same period in 2021, the director of the Croatian tourism community’s representation in Hungary said on Friday.
Hungarian tourists spent 2,732,000 guest nights in the neighbouring country during the period, Ivana Herceg told a press conference in Budapest. In the record year of 2019, some 568,700 Hungarians visited Croatia to spend 2,952,000 guest nights there in the first eight months, she said. The most popular destinations were Kvarner Bay, followed by the regions of Istria, Zadar, Split and Sibenik, she said. The city of Crikvenica, the island of Vir and the city of Rovinj were also among the top destinations.
According to earlier statistics, some 644,000 Hungarians visited Croatia in the full year of 2019.
Source: index.hu, utazómajom, MTI