Tuesday, 16 February 2021

Wizz Air connects Eindhoven with Chisinau and this summer also connects Eindhoven with Burgas

Hungarian airline Wizz Air continues to expand its destination network. Starting March 29, the airline will fly twice a week between Eindhoven and Chisinau, the capital of Moldova. This will expand the route network of Eindhoven Airport to 24 capital cities. The flights to/from Chisinau on Mondays and Fridays will be operated with the Airbus A320 (180 seats). The new destination is expected to attract travelers visiting family and/or friends. As far as the tourism market is concerned, Moldova is increasingly popular with vacationers looking for still fairly undiscovered areas. Chisinau also serves as a gateway for visiting Transnistria, the republic declared in 1991 and not recognized by the international community. Transnistria has its own currency and flag and is often visited by so-called "country hunters.

Wizz Air will fly twice a week to the Bulgarian port city of Burgas from 13th of June. The Wednesday and Sunday flights are operated with an Airbus A320 (180 seats). This route is offered until mid-September. Located on the Black Sea, Burgas is Bulgaria's fourth largest city and the country's largest port. Burgas is a true gateway for thousands of tourists who spend their vacations on the Black Sea every year. The city is thus also interesting for the forty thousand Bulgarians who live in the Netherlands and like to spend their vacations in their home country. In addition, the destination is attractive for travelers visiting family and/or friends. The city-which plays an important role in Bulgaria's oil industry-can also be interesting for business travelers since the port city acts as a gateway from Eastern Europe to Western Europe.

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