LOW FARES LAND IN BOSNIA HERZEGOVINA
WIZZ AIR ANNOUNCES OPERATIONS FROM TUZLA
Tuzla, 28 March 2013: Wizz Air, the largest low-fare, low-cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe announced today that it will soon begin operations in Bosnia Herzegovina by launching a new route from Tuzla Airport to Malmo in Sweden on 31 May. The new service will initially operate twice weekly, on Monday’s and Friday’s, and the airline expects to carry over 30,000 passengers on this new route in the first 12 months. With a business model focused on passing operational efficiencies on to customers in form of lower airfares, Wizz Air announced that the lowest fare on the Tuzla-Malmo route will be just €27.99.
By adding Bosnia Herzegovina to its growing route network, Wizz Air now operates over 260 routes across 31 countries and provides millions of passengers with reliable air traffic operations, very low fares and a friendly, consumer oriented service. The first seats on the new Tuzla-Malmo route are already on sale and can be booked from today on wizzair.com.
NEW TUZLA ROUTE TO MALMO:
Operated on Airbus A320 Flight time 2:15hrs
Speaking in Tuzla today, Daniel de Carvalho, Corporate Communications Manager at Wizz Air, said: Wizz Air is delighted to announce its new Tuzla route to the people of Bosnia Herzegovina, who for the very first time have now access to our low fares. This is a new chapter in Bosnia Herzegovina’s aviation history. By partnering with Tuzla Airport in launching our first low fare route from Bosnia Herzegovina we are confirming Wizz Air’s confidence in the Tuzla region’s ability to attract tourism and generating much needed low cost air traffic. Sweden has become increasingly significant in bringing tourism traffic to other European countries and we hope this new route from Malmo will attract Swedish travelers while at the same time giving people of the Tuzla region access to affordable air travel. With fares from just €27.99 we urge customers to book quickly on wizzair.com.
* one way price including taxes and maximum booking fee←