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Wizz Air adds 6th aircraft to its Bucharest base

Wizz Air, the largest low fare - low cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe, announced today that it would launch a new route and increase frequencies on several existing ones by adding a sixth Airbus A320 aircraft to its Bucharest Baneasa base as of June 2012.

The new route to Verona (Italy) will be operated initially three times per week from 23 June 2012, while services to Milan Bergamo, Venice Treviso, Madrid, Dortmund, Bari, Cuneo Turin, Catania, Forli Bologna and Pisa will all be operated more frequently versus last summer:

Destination Summer 2011 (weekly flights) Summer 2012 (weekly flights) Difference (weekly flights)
Verona --- 3 New!
Milan Bergamo 9 14 +5
Venice Treviso 7 11 +4
Madrid 5 7 +2
Dortmund 5 7 +2
Bari 2 4 +2
Cuneo Turin 2 3 +1
Catania 4 5 +1
Forli Bologna 4 5 +1
Pisa 2 3 +1

With this new capacity, Wizz Air will serve 20 destinations from Bucharest next summer.

“Wizz Air is Romania’s single largest airline by now with well over 2,5 million passengers to be carried in 2011. Next year we will have a fleet of 10 most modern Airbus A320 aircraft operating from our four bases: Bucharest, Cluj-Napoca, Timisoara and Tirgu Mures, an investment of around half a billion Euros. Not only that, but we created about 3,000 jobs in the country and have become an essential part of Romania’s transport infrastructure,” – said József Váradi, Chief Executive Officer of Wizz Air. “The deployment of this latest aircraft signals Wizz Air’s continued commitment to the development of Romania,” – he added.

Tickets for all routes are already on sale on Fares to Verona start from as low as RON 96 (one way, including taxes).