Wizz Air President Robert Carey announced at a press conference on Tuesday the launch of two new regular flights. In addition, more flights will be densified.
From 30 October, Wizz Air will offer flights twice a week from Budapest to Sarm-es-Sejk in Egypt every Monday and Friday, and daily flights to Copenhagen in Denmark from 1 October.
Flights to Istanbul in Turkey will also be launched soon. In addition, the most popular flights are being condensed to avoid disruption. There will be more frequent flights to Tenerife, Alicante, Madrid, Barcelona, Naples, Bari, Rome and Berlin.
Wizz Air already counts 200 aircraft in its fleet, with its 15th aircraft arriving in Hungary later this year. Wizz Air offers 68 routes to 29 different countries.
CEO József Váradi admitted that last summer there were many passenger complaints regarding delays and cancellations. According to Váradi, this was due to problems in the supply chain but they had also learned from those mistakes.
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Source: Press release