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2007-11-27

Wizz Air expands its Sofia base

Wizz Air announced today that it would expand its Sofia base in Bulgaria by deploying an additional new A320 aircraft starting from 12 July 2008. The airline will start new flights from Sofia to domestic Varna, Milan-Bergamo, Valencia, Barcelona and Izmir (Turkey), and will increase frequencies on existing services to London, Rome and Dortmund.

By introducing the Sofia-Varna route, Wizz Air will become the first low cost airline to operate domestic flights in Bulgaria. Concurrently, the launch of the Sofia-Izmir flight will be the first low fare route from Bulgaria outside of the EU.

Flights from Sofia as of 12 July 2008:

ToFrequencies
London daily
Rome daily
Dortmund 4 times a week
Varna 4 times a week
NEW!
Milan-Bergamo 3 times a week
NEW!
Valencia 3 times a week
NEW!
Barcelona 2 times a week
NEW!
Izmir weekly
NEW!

Tickets are already on sale with one way all inclusive fares starting from as low as EUR 9.99 for Varna and EUR 24.99 for the other new routes on wizzair.com and via call center by calling (+359) 29603 888.

Wizz Air is also launching its recruitment for pilots and cabin crew to be based in Sofia for staffing the new aircraft.

"This wave of expansion will triple Wizz Air’s current capacity in Sofia and will further strengthen its market leadership in the Bulgarian low cost airline sector. 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 from Sofia. We are especially proud of becoming the first low fare airline flying a domestic service in Bulgaria.” - said József Váradi, Chief Executive Officer of Wizz Air.”