Monday, 22 March 2021

Wizz Air to launch 5 new routes from Poland

The European low-cost carrier Wizz Air has confirmed it will launch five new routes from Poland for this coming summer.  Gdansk to Santorini will start on 11th June and Heraklion service also from Gdansk will start from 13th June. A new service from Kraków will be introduced to Split in Croatia. The airline will also start flights from Warsaw Chopin Airport to Thessaloniki and Preveza-Aktion.

Wizz Air’s new holiday routes include five summer destinations from Poland. All routes will be launched in June 2021. Wizz Air will operate twice-weekly flights from Warsaw to Thessaloniki and Preveza-Aktion, two times weekly from Gdansk to the outstanding Greek island of Crete (Heraklion) and Santorini, additionally the airline will also start two-weekly flights from Krakow to Croatian city of Split.

The new routes are expected to stimulate the aviation and hospitality sectors in the regions while allowing passengers from Poland to travel on WIZZ’s lowest fares to Greece and Croatia. Tickets for the new connection are now available for sale on or via mobile app.

Paulina Gosk, Corporate Communications Manager, said: “Today we are pleased to emphasized our strong commitment to Poland by announcing another five new routes from Warsaw, Gdansk and Krakow to attractive summer destinations in Greece and Croatia. With today’s announcement we are brininging to Polish travellers more opportunities to enjoy long-awaited holidays this summer. Thanks to Wizz Air’s enhanced health measures onboard, passengers can enjoy travel while feeling safe and comfortable.

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