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05/09/2013

WIZZ AIR: 20% CAPACITY GROWTH IN WARSAW

4th BASED AIRCRAFT AND 2 NEW ROUTES IN 2014

Warsaw, 5 September 2013: Wizz Air today announced the 4th aircraft for its Polish base at Warsaw Chopin Airport. The new Airbus A320 aircraft will be delivered in May 2014. The new aircraft will support operations of a total of 22 routes and increase capacity to over 1.4 million seats in Warsaw in 2014. The airline’s growth boosts access to low cost air travel for the traveling public and shows that low fares lead to tourism and job creation as well as stimulate business and trade with foreign markets.

Wizz Air announced two new routes to be launched in June 2014. The services to Corfu and Heraklion will start on 21 June 2014 and will be operated once a week. The airline also added more weekly flights in 2014 to the existing services to Barcelona, Eindhoven, Gothenburg, Kutaisi, London Luton, Malmo, Milan Bergamo, Rome Fiumicino, Stockholm and Tel Aviv. Seats on the newest Warsaw routes are already on sale and can be booked on wizzair.com with fares starting from as low as PLN 159 (one way all inclusive).

WIZZ AIR’S NEWEST ROUTES FROM WARSAW:

ToDaysStartsFares from*
CorfuSaturdayJune 21PLN 159
HeraklionSaturdayJune 21PLN 159

 

WIZZ AIR’S INCREASED FREQUENCIES FROM WARSAW:

ToDays per week
Barcelonafrom 2 to 3
Eindhovenfrom 2 to 3
Gothenburgfrom 2 to 3
Kutaisifrom 2 to 3
London Lutonfrom 17 to 21
Malmofrom 3 to 4
Milan Bergamofrom 3 to 4
Rome Fiumicinofrom 6 to 7
Stockholmfrom 5 to 7
Tel Avivfrom 2 to 4

József Váradi, Chief Executive Officer of Wizz Air said: "Today’s announcement reinforces Wizz Air’s commitment to Poland. Warsaw is a key market for us and we are keen on having an ever increasing number of passengers benefit from our low fares and great services. We continuously strive to offer low fares and optional services that best meet the personal needs of our customers: if you are traveling on a budget you’ll get a seat very cheap, if you want more you can choose from a variety of products and services."

*one way price including taxes