Wizz Air announced 8 new routes at each Varna (Bulgaria) and Bucharest Otopeni (Romania) airports.
The Hungarian low-cost carrier expects to launch several new routes from Bucharest and from Varna in Summer 2020.
New services from Bucharest :
- Bergen, from 8 August, 2 times per week (-2—6-)
- Memmingen, from 8 August, 3 times per week (-2-4-6-)
- Hamburg, from 9 August, 4 times per week (1-3-5-7)
- Santorini, from 9 August, 2 times per week (—4–7)
- Copenhagen Kastrup, from 10 August, 3 times per week (1-3-5–)
- Karlsruhe / Baden-Baden, from 10 August, 3 times per week (1-3-5–)
- Mykonos, from 11 August, 2 times per week (-2—6-)
- Cagliari, from 13 August, 2 times per week (—4–7)
New services from Varna :
- Athens, from 24 July, 3 times per week (1-3-5–)
- Brussels Charleroi, from 24 July, 3 times per week (1-3-5–)
- Barcelona El Prat, from 25 July, 2 times per week (-2—6-)
- Karlsruhe / Baden-Baden, from 25 July, 2 times per week (-2—6-)
- Salzburg, from 25 July, 2 times per week (-2—6-)
- Frankfurt Hahn, from 26 July, 2 times per week (—4–7)
- Hanover, from 26 July, 2 times per week (—4–7)
- Nuremberg, from 26 July, 2 times per week (—4–7)
With regard to the Varna-Charleroi route, the Belgian airport issues some additional information.
In 2020, Wizz Air has already announced the launch of four new routes departing from Brussels South Charleroi Airport: Vienna (Austria), Tirana (Albania), Belgrade (Serbia) and Bacău (Romania).
There will be three flights a week on the Varna – Brussels-Charleroi – Varna line, on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. The airline’s Airbus A320s, with capacity for 180 people, will be leaving Bulgaria at 17.25 (local time) and landing at Brussels-Charleroi at approximately 19.40 (local time). The return flight to Varna will depart at 20.10 (local time), landing at 00.15 (local time).
Philippe VERDONCK, Chief Executive Officer of Brussels South Charleroi Airport, announces: “Wizz Air is continuing to grow its operations from our airport. It is worth highlighting the trust that it puts in our teams, and we are very grateful to them for that. The airline will be launching a total of four new routes from our tarmac this summer. Brussels South Charleroi Airport reopened on 15 June, getting off to a peaceful start. This year, around a hundred routes are available from BSCA. Our teams are ready and waiting to welcome travellers as they set off on their long-awaited holidays.”
Sources: @SeanM1997 and Charleroi Airport