Wizz Air (Hungary) (Budapest) will launch the two new routes to Birmingham (UK). The twice-weekly Warsaw – Birmingham route will be started on September 14 followed the next day by twice-weekly Budapest -Birmingham service according to Airline Route.
Copyright Photo: Clement Alloing/AirlinersGallery.com. Airbus A320-232 F-WWIA (msn 6614) (delivered as HA-LYQ) departs Toulouse wearing the new 2015 livery.
Wizz Air (Budapest) has announced further growth of its route network from Lithuania with two new Vilnius services to Stockholm and Billund starting from September 14 and operating with three and two weekly frequencies respectively.
Wizz Air is now offering a total of 24 routes to 14 countries from Lithuania.
In other news, Wizz Air also announced that it will open its 22nd base on December16 in Debrecen (Hungary) with one new Airbus A320 and further increases to its regional Hungarian services.
Already served by Wizz Air flights, Debrecen will be Wizz Air’s second Hungarian airport with base operations. The new aircraft will increase the number of routes served from Debrecen to six and increase annual seat capacity from the airport by 136% to 145,000 seats per year. The airline hopes this will stimulate the local job market in aviation and tourism sectors as consumers will have access to more low cost routes.
Wizz Air will operate three new routes from its Debrecen base to Charleroi (near Brussels), Malmo and Beauvais (near Paris) starting December 16, all initially operating with two weekly flights. The Debrecen route to Beauvais will provide Hungarian consumers with Wizz Air’s low fare access to the French capital. Frequencies on its existing popular Debrecen services to London Luton and Eindhoven will also be increased.
Wizz Air now offers a total of 47 Hungarian routes to 22 countries from two Hungarian airports.
Copyright Photo below: Eurospot/AirlinersGallery.com. Airbus A320-232 F-WWIA (msn 6614) became HA-LYQ on delivery and was the first to introduce the new 2015 look.