Wizz Air offers re-routing alternatives to Centralwings passengers
Wizz Air, the largest low fare – low cost airline based in Central and Eastern Europe announced today that it would provide re-routing alternatives to passengers affected by the decision of Centralwings to unexpectedly discontinue eight of its flights to Poland.
Bookings can be made online on wizzair.com.
|Cancelled Centralwings flights||Book on Wizz Air flights||
Fares* starting from
* one-way, all inclusive
|Shannon – Gdansk||Cork – Gdansk||50.99 EUR|
|Manchester – Gdansk||Liverpool – Gdansk||22.99 GBP|
|Manchester - Warsaw||Liverpool - Warsaw||22.99 GBP|
|Lille - Warsaw||Brussels Charleroi - Warsaw||29.99 EUR|
|Birmingham - Cracow||Coventry – Katowice||22.99 GBP|
|Cork – Cracow||Cork – Katowice||41.99 EUR|
|Edinburgh - Poznan||Glasgow Prestwick - Poznan||19.99 GBP|
|Dortmund – Szczecin||Dortmund – Poznan||24.99 EUR|
Throughout its entire history Wizz Air has demonstrated its commitment to the Polish market by continuously introducing new routes and bases, increasing frequencies on existing routes and providing travel alternatives to stranded passengers of other airlines.
Wizz Air remained the largest low cost airline in Poland in 2007 holding 35% of the Polish LCC market and its leadership will further strengthen in the course of the summer with 14 new routes to be launched in the first half of 2008.