Wizz Air has announced its further expansion in Russia by launching four new routes from Pulkovo Airport, Saint Petersburg to Bucharest (Romania), Sofia (Bulgaria), Vilnius (Lithuania) and Bratislava(Slovakia), which will commence in June and July 2020.
The first Wizz Air flight took off from Saint Petersburg in 2017 and to date Wizz has carried over 200,000 passengers on its Saint Petersburg routes. Already offering low-fare flights to London Luton and Budapest, Wizz Air continues to further diversify its route network at Pulkovo airport. With the newly announced flights to Bucharest, Sofia, Vilnius and Bratislava, Wizz is bringing its Russian passengers even more exciting opportunities for affordable travel as well as continues to further stimulate Russia’s tourism and hospitality industries. By connecting Russia with Romania, Bulgaria, Lithuania and Bratislava, Wizz Air is now offering a total of 10 routes to 6 countries from Russia. With a fleet composed of Airbus A320, A321ceo and A321neo aircraft, the world’s most efficient narrow body aircraft, the airline will bring affordable and sustainable flying from Saint Petersburg.
WIZZ AIR’S NEWEST FLIGHTS FROM SAINT PETERSBURG
|Destination||Operating Days||Starts||Fares from**|
|Bratislava||Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Sunday||1 June 2020||EUR 29.99|
|Vilnius||Wednesday, Sunday||3 June 2020||EUR 29.99|
|Bucharest||Monday, Wednesday, Friday||1 July 2020||EUR 29.99 / RON 139|
|Sofia||Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday||2 July 2020||EUR 29.99 / BGN 57.99|
In other news, Wizz Air is suspending its routes to Odessa until June 2020, and cancellation of London Luton routes to Prague and Oslo Torp from May 2020.
*Wizz Air’s carbon-dioxide emissions were the lowest among European airlines in November 2019 (57.2 gr/km/passenger)
**One way including all taxes and non-optional charges
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