Four new destinations – Athens, Tallinn, Kharkiv and Vienna – will be officially opened until mid-July.
Hungarian low-cost airline Wizz Air for 17 weeks will expand its flight network 70 new routes. 16 of them will be open to the airports of Kiev, Lviv and Kharkiv.
According to a press release, four new destinations – Athens, Tallinn, Kharkiv and Vienna – will be officially opened until mid-July along with the opening of Western European base in the Austrian capital, writes Liga.net.
The lions will get the largest number of new destinations among Ukrainian airports. On March 26, the airline will start flying to/from Lviv to Gdansk, Katowice Dortmund, and from 1 may – to/from London (Luton). Capital airport Kiev Zhulyany will receive at the end of June two new routes to/from Tallinn and Lisbon. Also, the airline will return to Kharkov airport with two flights to/from Dortmund and Katowice, reports Rus.Media.
The expansion in 2018, the company plans to invest more than $2 billion in 11 bases in the UK, Austria, Poland, Ukraine, Hungary, Romania and Georgia. “Today we begin the largest expansion in the history Wizz. 70 new routes, which will be officially opened for 17 weeks, will give our customers more opportunities for travel, which in turn will contribute to the development of the business and Economics of the countries in which we operate,” said chief corporate Director of Wizz Air Owen Jones.
Wizz Air, the largest low-cost carrier in Central and Eastern Europe, offers flights on more than 600 routes with 28 bases, connecting to 145 destinations in 44 countries. The airline’s fleet consists of 90 aircraft Airbus A320 and Airbus A321.