Wizz Air has announced the allocation of a sixth aircraft to its Vienna base. The new Airbus A321 will join the fleet in the middle of December, enabling the start of six new long-awaited services from Vienna to Alicante, Bremen, Chisinau, Naples, Oslo and Porto and the increase of frequencies of the airline’s existing Eindhoven and Tel Aviv routes.
Wizz opened its Austrian base in Vienna International Airport in June 2018 and after only one year of successful operations, the airline announced further expansion, growing its fleet to six Airbus aircraft. Together with these six new services Wizz Air now offers 38 routes to 23 countries from Vienna.
WIZZ AIR’S NEW ROUTES FROM VIENNA
|New routes||Frequency||Start date||Fares from*|
|Chisinau||Monday, Friday||28 October 2019||EUR 19.99|
|Oslo||Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Sunday||16 December 2019||EUR 19.99/ 209 NOK|
|Alicante||Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday||17 December 2019||EUR 19.99|
|Bremen||Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday, Sunday||17 December 2019||EUR 14.99|
|Naples||Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday||17 December 2019||EUR 19.99|
|Porto||Wednesday, Sunday||18 December 2019||EUR 19.99|
Wizz Air celebrated its 15th anniversary in May.
In other news, Wizz Air will become the biggest airline at London Luton Airport this summer.
The carrier will also add a new route from Vilnius – to Eilat in Israel.
Top Copyright Photo: Wizz Air (Hungary) Airbus A321-231 WL HA-LXR (msn 7647) BSL (Paul Bannwarth). Image: 946626.
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