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Wizz Air continues to expand in Budapest - over 20% growth in 2010

Wizz Air, the largest low fare - low cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe announced at a press conference in Budapest today that it would launch new routes and increase frequencies of a number of existing services by adding a fourth Airbus A320 aircraft to its Budapest base, starting on 24 July 2010.

  • London Luton will be served three times a day versus the current double daily operation.
  • Services to Brussels Charleroi and Eindhoven will be increased to 11 times a week from daily, each.
  • Frequencies to Malmo-Copenhagen, Turku and Bourgas will also be increased.
  • Wizz Air will re-start the Budapest - Frankfurt Hahn route three times a week and launch Budapest-Bari twice a week initially.
Destination Current frequency New frequency Date of increase
Frankfurt Hahn --- 3 flights/week 24 July
Bari --- 2 flights/week 26 July
London Luton twice daily triple daily 24 July
Brussels Charleroi daily 11 flights/week 25 July
Eindhoven daily 11 flights/week 25 July
Malmö 4 flights/week 5 flights/week 29 July
Turku 2 flights/week 3 flights/week 1 July
Bourgas 2 flights/week 3 flights/week 17 June

With the new capacity Wizz Air offers a network of 22 routes from and to Budapest.

"Recently we have been experiencing a strong shift of customer preference towards Wizz Air in Hungary resulting from our own expansion in a declining market as well as the weaknesses of competing airlines. Building on this momentum we aim at achieving over 20% passenger traffic growth in Budapest in 2010." - said József Váradi, Chief Executive Officer of Wizz Air.