Hungarian low-cost airline Wizz Air will launch direct flights from Budapest to Brussels International Airport and to the Ukrainian cities of Kharkiv and Lviv as of June 1 next year, the managing director of Wizz Air Hungary said on Tuesday.
Stephen Jones said Wizz Air will fly Airbus A321neo aircraft daily to Brussels International and twice a week to the two Ukrainian cities.
He noted that Wizz Air will continue to operate its flight between Budapest and Brussels South Charleroi Airport.
Wizz Air expects to carry 5.6 million passengers on flights to and from Hungarian airports this year, up from 5.2 million in 2018.
As we wrote a few weeks ago, Wizz Air has one of the youngest airline fleets in the world, according to the latest figures of the Swiss airline intelligence provider CH-AVIATION, read more HERE.