Low-cost airline Wizz Air, one of the top players in the low-fare market of Central and Eastern Europe, has announced the addition of a new route to its flight map, the Budapest-Malta route. Flights between the Hungarian Capital and the island of Malta will debut on May 17th, 2013, and the route will initially be operated twice a week.
Wizz Air will be flying to Hungary’s capital city on Mondays and Fridays for as low as €27.99 per flight for tickets booked online on the airline’s website. The low cost carrier’s arrival in Malta creates interesting opportunities for both tourists in the two connected destinations, as they can travel for a low fare and the tourism industries in the regions.
“Wizz Air is delighted to bring really low fares to Malta and launch its new route to Budapest, also known as the “Paris of the East”. Maltese tourists will enjoy Hungary’s world class SPA’s, dental and health care services as well as renowned gastronomy and wineries. Budapest has something to offer for everybody and will please those seeking the thrill of bargain hunting in the shopping centers and those in search of peaceful retreats and wellness experiences alike,” said Corporate Communications Manager at Wizz Air Daniel de Carvalho.
Starting to offer its low-cost flight services in 2004, Wizz Air currently offers more than 25o low-fare routes across 30 countries and 84 destinations. Their goal is to expand their fight routes to offer affordable air travel on the West-East axis while providing new travel experiences to their European customers.