Hungarian low-cost airline Wizz Air on Thursday said it will add one new aircraft and two new routes from Budapest next year.
The two new routes will fly to London Gatwick and Oslo from March and April, respectively.
Next year, Wizz Air will add 17 additional weekly flights to its Budapest timetable, raising its seat capacity from the capital to over 6 million, an annual increase of 8 percent.
Wizz Air now offers 83 routes from Hungary connecting Budapest and Debrecen with 31 countries. Wizz Air will grow its fleet in Hungary to 16 aircraft next year: 14 based in Budapest and two in Debrecen, in the east of the country.
This year, the airline will carry more than 5 million passengers to and from Hungary, an annual 20 percent increase.