Low-cost airline WizzAir said on Monday that it will suspend all flights to and from Moldova from March 14, citing security concerns.
WizzAir said in a statement that all flights to and from Chisinau international airport will be suspended following an assessment of the security level of Moldovan airspace, it added.
WizzAir said in a statement that in an effort to counterbalance the missing services, it will increase the number of flights to nearby Iaisy (Jaszvasar) in Romania from a number of European departure points, except for Budapest and Prague.
As we wrote today, Wizz Air is acquiring new types of aircraft that will be able to fly much longer distances than their current ones. The new jets will allow the Budapest-based airline to offer new exotic routes, details HERE.
They received a tip off from their Russian friends telling them to stay away. Haha
I’m sure Wizzair has been losing money on KIV routes. No other low cost airlines fly there. Moldova has the lowest tourism in Europe to begin with and surely fewer people have been visiting in the past year.