Budget airline Wizz Air has announced daily service from Frankfurt to Budapest. The Hungarian capital welcomed some 800,000 visitors last month, which was an all time high for January. So the expansion of Wizz Air service is more good news.
Travelers headed from Budapest to Sofia will be able to book Wizz Air flights starting November 1st. According to news from the airline, the new service will connect the two capitals three days a week.
Low-cost airline Wizz Air has launched flights from Riga International Airport to Dortmund, Germany as of September 1. The Wednesday and Sunda flights will embark via “Airbus 320” aircraft, according to news from the airline.
News from Ryanair competitor Wizz Air shows that company pivoting to compete with the world’s most profitable budget carrier. While the Budapest airline lost some 25 routes to Ryanair last year in the UK and Poland, the Hungarian carrier gained a lot of ground in Eastern Europe.
According to the Amadeus Air Traffic Travel Intelligence report recently released, budget flights in Europe and other regions are trending to dominate air travel. The report reveals low cost carriers taking up as much 14% of all air travel, while cheap flights in Europe account for 38% overall.
In flight news from Kiev and Ukraine, Lufthansa is to resume flights to Odessa as of yesterday. Regular flights from Munich to Odessa will run three times per week according to the airport’s spokesperson, Maria Popovych.
The low-cost, low-fare airline Wizz Air announced that starting May 3rd will offer weekly Skopje-Stockholm flights. Tickets are already on sale; the lowest price is EUR 26. The flights will be on Mondays and Fridays connecting Stockholm’s Skavsta Airport and Skopje. “Our new destination to Stockholm is a the second route from Skopje to Scandinavian […]
elgrade’s Nikola Tesla Airport reported having scheduled new flights between Belgrade and Basel, Switzerland. According to the news, Hungarian carrier Wizz Air will start operating three weekly flights.
A Memorandum of Understanding signed into being between the China National Tourism Administration and the Republic of Serbia this month is heralded by the arrival of first official visit by Chinese tourists last week. According to the news from the National Tourism Organization of Serbia not only projects increased visits by Chinese travelers to Serbia, but a liberalization of tourism relations for groups from China.
Low cost airline Wizz Air now celebrates one year of successful flights to Belgrade, Serbia. Since dedicating their Airbus A320 to accomodate the Serb capital, the company has become the second biggest carrier operating from Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport.
Wizz Air announced a number of new flights and new operating bases for 2011.