Tuesday, 7 August 2018

Wizz Air to open 11 new routes

Further evidence of Wizz Air's claim to be one of Europe's fastest growing airlines was presented yesterday when the airline announced it was opening another eleven routes.

Wizz Air is already the largest low cost carrier in Central Europe and is increasing its route network right across Europe with these new 11 routes that are due to start towards the end of October this year. with fares starting at just €9.99 

During 2018 Wizz Air has so far added more than 125 new routes - including these latest 11 new routes and over 700 additional weekly flights on existing services across its extensive and diversified network that already includes more than 140 destinations in 44 countries.

Here are the new routes.

Vienna - Warsaw flying daily from 28th October.
Gdansk - Kharkiv also starts on 28th October and is scheduled for Wednesdays and Sundays.
Wroclaw - Kharkiv will fly on Wednesdays and Sundays and again starts on 28th October.
Lviv - Vilnius starts in 29th October and will fly every Monday and Friday.
Lviv - Bratislava will operate on a Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday from 30th October.
Pristina - Mulhouse is to fly Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturday starting 20th November.
Pristina – Munich Memmingen will also fly on a Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday from 30th Oct.
Pristina - Dortmund is scheduled for a Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday starting 15 December.
Tirana - Dortmund will be on Tuesdays & Saturdays with an extra Thursday flight at peak times. 
Budapest - Doncaster/Sheffield scheduled for Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays from 29 October.
Craiova - Charleroi flies on Tuesdays and Saturdays starting 15th December. 

Sorina Ratz, Acting Head of Corporate Communications at Wizz Air said:  "WIZZ is the European airline that is always looking to create more and more exciting travel connections for its customers across Europe and beyond. Today we are announcing 11 new routes that will start at the end of October and will add to already more than 600 routes available to our customers. We will continue to further expand our network footprint and provide truly affordable prices, as well as stimulate the local economy of the communities we serve. This year we are introducing over 125 new connections supporting tourism industries and boosting business links between the countries.”

The route to Budapest has been particularly welcomed by the airport as it comes hot on the heels of Wizz Air's previous new route announcement from the airport to Debrecen. “Wizz air is an important strategic partner of DSA. Since opening operations in 2006 we have worked together in partnership to develop a growing range of routes with over 3 million passengers carried.  As one of Europe’s leading low-cost Airlines renowned for low fares and exceptional service, we share many of the same values. Today we are delighted to offer even greater choice to such an impressive destination, such is Budapest” Said Chris Harcombe, Aviation Development Director, Doncaster Sheffield Airport.