Thursday, 21 June 2018

Wizz start seven new routes in Poland - the fasting growing airline in Europe continues its massive expansion plans

It's a very bust time for one of Europe's fasting growing airlines, Wizz Air, as they celebrate the commencement of seven new services from Warsaw to Podgorica and from Katowice to Faro, Málaga, Podgorica, Memmingen, Kharkiv and Porto. 

The new low fare routes provide countless opportunities for leisure and business travellers to plan their trip to these popular destinations with fares from just PLN 39/€9.99/£8.75

The first WIZZ flight took off from Poland, Katowice in May 2004 and since then the airline has continuously increased its network, offering now a total of 160 routes to 30 countries from 8 Polish airports. As part of its great expansion across Europe, the airline commences 7 new routes from Poland this week.

The airline continues to invest in its local base from Katowice by allocating the 2 additional modern Airbus A320, a further investment of $ 202 million, and creating new jobs with the company - 178 local crew in total (180 by the end of the year). The next Cabin crew recruitment session will be held in Katowice on 29 June.

The airline is also celebrating the start of operations from the Estonian capital, a new destination available in the WIZZ’s extensive network, along with the commencement of the Tallinn- Kyiv service.

The new flight to Ukraine will be the only direct connection between the two capitals and will be operated three times a week. Looking to bring more travel opportunities for its passengers at truly affordable fares, WIZZ will commence on 17 September the second service from Tallinn to London-Luton operated four times weekly. Customers can plan their holidays or business trips and can book their tickets from just €39.99/£35.01