Wizz Air adds a 10th aircraft to the Bucharest base

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Wizz Air, the largest airline in Romania and one of Europe’s fastest growing airlines, allocated the 10 aircraft and celebrated the eleven-year anniversary at its Bucharest base.

The state-of-the-art 230-seater Airbus A321 aircraft will support the operations of the newest four routes commencing this year from Bucharest to Athens, Gothenburg, Nice, Kutaisi as well the increased frequencies to 8 popular destinations from Bucharest: Barcelona, Bari, Billund, Eindhoven, Geneva, London Luton, Paris Beauvais and Tel-Aviv.

In total, Wizz schedule will have 24 additional weekly flights departing from Bucharest.

WIZZ AIR’S NEW ROUTES FROM BUCHAREST

Destination Days Starts Fares from**
Gothenburg, Sweden Wednesday, Sunday 27 June 2018 RON 149/ EUR 34.99
Nice,France Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 26 June 2018 RON 229/ EUR 49.99
Kutaisi,Georgia Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 3 July 2018 RON 119/ EUR 27.49


INCRESED FREQUENCIES ON EXISTING ROUTES

Destination Weekly Flights
Barcelona 10 from 7
Tel-Aviv 9 from 6
London Luton 21 from 19
Bari 7 from 5
Paris Beauvais 5 from 3
Eindhoven 4 from 2
Geneva 3 from 2
Billund 3 from 2

 

Already the largest airline in Romania, Wizz Air is offering now 141 routes to 22 countries (including one domestic flight Bucharest – Cluj Napoca) across Europe from 10 Romanian airports. In 2018, 20 new routes have already been announced in Romania, such as the popular destinations of Athens from Bucharest and Cluj-Napoca, Nice, Lyon, or Malmo and Thessaloniki from Iași.

Wizz Air is operating from 10 airports in Romania with a young fleet of 25 aircraft including 5 of the ultra-efficient brand new 230-seater Airbus A321, and the team currently working across the country is exceeding 1,000 local employees.

In other news, Wizz Air on July 2 celebrated the launch of the Vienna – Eindhoven and Vienna – Malaga routes.