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13/11/2007

Wizz Air to open its 8th base in Cluj, Romania

Wizz Air, the largest CEE based low fare-low cost airline announced today that it would open its 8th operating base in Cluj, Romania with one new A320 aircraft and local crew in May 2008.

Effective from today the carrier moved its entire Transylvanian operations to Cluj Airport, including flights to Budapest, Rome, Barcelona and London. The Dortmund route and the recently announced Cluj-Bucharest domestic flight will start at the end of February. New services to Valencia and Milan-Bergamo will be added three times a week, each commencing on 15 May 2008.

Flights from Cluj:

ToFrequencies
Budapest 3/week
Barcelona 3/week
Rome 3-4/week
London 3/week
Dortmund from 28 Feb 08 3/week
Bucharest from 29 Feb 08 4/week
Milan-Bergamo from 15 May 08 3/week
Valencia from 15 May 08 3/week

Tickets are already on sale with one way all inclusive fares starting from as low as RON 89 (RON 49 for Bucharest) on wizzair.com and via call center by calling +40 3 6440 2000.

Concurrently the company has launched its recruitment for local cabin crew and pilots. Wizz Air is looking to hire approximately 40 people to fly the new aircraft from Cluj.

"Cluj will become Wizz Air’s second operating base in Romania. Our low fares combined with the convenient travel experience on board of our young A320 fleet, continues to attract an ever increasing number of passengers allowing us to launch more destinations and flights with the aim of becoming the largest low cost airline in Cluj as well as Romania.” - said József Váradi, Chief Executive Officer of Wizz Air.”