Wizz Air, one of Europe’s fastest growing airlines and the largest low cost carrier in CEE, starts the biggest operational ramp-up across its network in Wizz Air’s history.
In the upcoming 17 weeks a total of 21 aircraft will be allocated to its European bases, supporting 700 additional weekly departures and the commencement of 70 new services. Four brand new destinations – Athens, Tallinn, Kharkiv, Vienna – will be inaugurated by mid-July, along with the opening of a new Western European base in the Austrian capital.
The expansion of Wizz in 2018 represents an investment of more than $ 2 billion at 11 bases in the UK, Austria, Poland, Ukraine, Hungary, Romania and Georgia.
Wizz Air begins its 2018 expansion in Budapest this week, with the arrival of an additional new Airbus A320, which will be the 11 aircraft based in Hungarian capital, coinciding with the launch of a new exciting route to Stavanger in Norway.
In other news, Wizz Air is adding the Tuzla to Baden-Baden route in Germany commencing on June 18 with two weekly frequencies on Mondays and Fridays.
Finally Wizz Air is cancelling the Prague-Keflavik, Iceland route.
Top Copyright Photo: Wizz Air (wizzair.com) (Hungary) Airbus A320-232 HA-LWE (msn 4372) BSL (Paul Bannwarth). Image: 937608.
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