The Hungarian budget airline will fly to Gdansk (Poland), Tuzla (Bosnia-Herzegovina) and Varna (Bulgaria). In the summer, 15 routes are to be offered.
The Hungarian budget airline Wizz Air has commenced flight operations from Vienna over the weekend. First, Gdansk (Poland), Tuzla (Bosnia-Herzegovina) and Varna (Bulgaria) are served. The low-cost airline wants to expand and offer 15 routes from Vienna Airport in summer. By the end of March 2019, 30 routes are planned.
Destinations of Wizz Air from Vienna will include Bari, Bergen,Bari, Bergen, Cluj, Dortmund, Eindhoven, Kiev, Larnaca, Malta, Rome, Tel Aviv, Tenerife, Thessaloniki and Valencia. The airline will also be deploying an Airbus A320 from June 2018 and two Airbus A321s as of November in Vienna. In 2019, the base is to be expanded with two more to five aircraft.
Wizz Air is the largest low-cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe, according to a report from Vienna International Airport. The airline is listed on the London Stock Exchange (LSE).