New Wizz Air routes and higher frequencies from Budapest and Bucharest

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WIZZ AIR ANNOUNCES NEW BUCHAREST- BUDAPEST ROUTE AND NEW BUCHAREST- CLUJ-NAPOCA DOMESTIC ROUTE

Wizz Air, the largest low-cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe, today announced a new route from Bucharest to Budapest and a domestic route from Bucharest to Cluj-Napoca, another of Wizz Air’s five bases in Romania. Wizz Air will begin the Bucharest to Cluj-Napoca route beginning 22 July with six weekly flights, operating every day except Saturday. The Bucharest to Budapest service begins 19 September with four weekly flights, Monday Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. To mark the new service, Wizz Air is offering introductory fares on the Bucharest-Cluj-Napoca route from RON 39, and RON 99 on Bucharest-Budapest flights. In October, Wizz Air announced four new routes from Cluj-Napoca to Alicante, Berlin Schoenefeld, Billund and Doncaster Sheffield. Wizz Air now offers service on 108 routes from eight Romanian airports to 17 countries.

WIZZ AIR’S NEW ROUTE FROM BUCHAREST:

Destination

Days

Starts

Fares From*

Cluj-Napoca

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Sunday

22 July 2016

RON 39

Budapest

Monday, Wednesday,Friday, Sunday

19 September 2016

RON 99

Wizz Air carried more than 4.5 million people through Romanian airports in 2015 compared with 3.9 million in 2014. Another highlight from 2015 was the announcement that Iasi will become the 23rd operating base for Wizz Air, and the sixth Romanian base, beginning in July. Wizz Air announced last October that it will add a 5th aircraft at the base in Cluj-Napoca, also coming in July. Gyorgy Abran, Wizz Air Chief Commercial Officer said: “We’re excited to be adding new, low-fare service in Romania where our traffic numbers grew 16 percent in 2015. We’ve been working on these routes for some time as part of our continued commitment to Romania, where more and more people continue to respond to our low fares and excellent on-board service.” Wizz Air was recently named Value Airline of the Year by Air Transport World magazine for its success in 2015.

WIZZ AIR ANNOUNCES NEW BUDAPEST-BUCHAREST ROUTE; DOUBLES WEEKLY FLIGHTS TO LISBON FROM BUDAPEST

Wizz Air, the largest low-cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe, today announced a new route from Budapest to Bucharest beginning 19 September. Wizz Air will operate the new route four days a week and is introducing the route with fares from 5,990 HUF. Wizz Air also will increase the number of flights each week from Budapest to Lisbon to four from two, on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday each week beginning 27 March. Fights from Budapest to Lisbon are on sale from 14,990 HUF. Earlier this month, Wizz Air announced further growth of its low fare route network and launched three new services from Budapest to Liverpool and Reykjavik, commencing in March, as well as a Budapest-Ibiza service commencing in June. Wizz Air, Hungary’s most popular airline, saw a 12 percent increase in passenger traffic in 2015 and now offers low-fare tickets to 23 countries on 58 routes from Budapest and Debrecen.

WIZZ AIR’S NEW ROUTE FROM BUDAPEST: 

Destination

Days

Starts

Fares From*

Bucharest

Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Sunday

19 September 2016

5,990 HUF

WIZZ AIR’S FREQUENCY INCREASE FROM BUDAPEST:

Destination

Days

Starts

Fares From*

Lisbon

Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Sunday

27 March 2016

14,990 HUF

Tamara Mshvenieradze, Wizz Air Communications Manager, said: “Wizz Air is continuing to expand service in Budapest in 2016 with a second new route announcement already this year, underscoring our commitment to remain the first choice in air travel for Hungarians. We are making travel between the two capital cities more convenient for both business and leisure travelers while bringing low fares and Wizz Air’s notable on-board service to the route. We are also excited about doubling our weekly number of flights to Lisbon, a beautiful city filled with history and culture.” Wizz Air was recently named Value Airline of the Year by Air Transport World magazine for its success in 2015.

19/01/2016

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