Wizz Air opens two new bases at Milan Malpensa and Larnaca, expands London Luton base

Wizz Air Airbus A320 HA-LYT © Anna Zvereva on Wikimedia


Wizz Air announced the opening of two bases from July 2020, at Milan Malpensa, Italy and Larnaca, Cyprus. Furthermore, the Hungarian low-cost carrier announced a few more routes from London Luton.

At Milan Malpensa, the carrier announced 20 new routes, basing 5 Airbus A320 family aircraft :

Athens from 31 July daily flight
Corfu from 31 July 4 flights per week (1-3-5-7)
Eindhoven from 3 July until 16 July and from 31 July daily flight
Fuerteventura from 31 July 2 flights per week (1—5–)
Gran Canaria from 5 July 2 flights per week (—4–7)
Lisbon from 3 July daily flight
London Luton from 3 July daily flight
Mahon (Menorca) from 3 July daily flight
Marrakesh from 1 August 4 flights per week (-2-4-67)
Porto from 17 July 5 flights per week (1-345-7)
Pristina from 18 July 3 flights per week (-2-4-6-)
Reykjavik – Keflavik from 3 July 3 flights per week (1-3-5–)
Rhodes from 1 August 3 flights per week (-2-4-6-)
Santorini from 31 July 5 flights per week (1-345-7)
Tallinn from 18 July 2 flights per week (-2—6-)
Tel Aviv from 17 July daily flight
Tenerife from 4 July 3 flights per week (-2-4-6-)
Thessaloniki from 31 July 4 flights per week (1-3-5-7)
Valencia from 17 July daily flight
Zakynthos from 1 August 3 flights per week (-2-4-6-)

At Larnaca, the carrier announced 10 new routes, basing 2 Airbus A320 aircraft :

Athens from 1 July daily flight
Billund from 2 July 2 flights per week (—4–7)
Copenhagen from 1 July 3 flights per week (1-3-5–)
Dortmund from 11 July 3 flights per week (-2-4-6-)
Karlsruhe / Baden-Baden from 4 July 2 flights per week (-2—6-)
Memmingen from 11 July 3 flights per week (-2-4-6-)
Suceava from 13 July 2 flights per week (1—5–)
Thessaloniki from 1 July daily flight
Turku from 12 July 2 flights per week (–3—7)
Wroclaw from 10 July 2 flights per week (1—5–)

Eventually, four more routes have been announced from London Luton.

Fuerteventura from 3 July 2 flights per week (1—5–)
Lanzarote from 27 October 2 flights per week (-2—6-)
Malaga from 1 July daily flight
Palma de Mallorca from 1 July 5 flights per week (-234-67)
Thibault Lapers: Since 2010, junior editor Thibault has been an enthusiastic plane spotter. On a daily basis, he follows social media to catch up with everything that is going around in the aviation industry.
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