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Wizz Air announces 2nd Belgrade Aircraft

With 4 New Routes and 550,000 Passengers for 2013

29th August 2012, Belgrade: Wizz Air, the largest low-cost, low-fare airline in Central and Eastern Europe, today announced that it will double its fleet investment at Belgrade by adding one new Airbus A320 and launching 4 new low fare routes to Basel, Corfu*, Oslo Torp and Rhodes*. In addition to these 4 new Belgrade routes the airline will increase 8 frequencies on the existing services to Brussels Charleroi, Eindhoven, Goteborg, Malmo, Munich West and Stockholm Skavsta.

Wizz Air now offers 13 international low fare routes from Belgrade which will deliver over 550,000 yearly passengers and sustain over 500 tourism jobs in and around the airport. This significant growth at Belgrade reflects the airline’s strong commitment in Serbian aviation with Wizz Air’s fares enjoying huge demand by travelers who previously have not been able to enjoy air travel due to high fares. Wizz Air celebrated these four new routes, which will go on sale today on, by launching a seat sale with fares starting from just 1970 RSD.


Route: Start date: Days:
Basel Mulhouse 15 Dec ‘12 Tue, Thu, Sat
Corfu 20 Jun ‘13 Thu
Oslo Torp 31 May ‘13 Mon, Fri
Rhodes 15 Jun ‘13 Sat

“Wizz Air is delighted to announce its Serbian expansion plan bringing our investment at our Belgrade base to US$160m with the addition of a brand new Airbus A320. Such significant growth of our low fare infrastructure will create more demand for incoming tourism as well as outbound travel and is set to boost local tourism jobs. We expect our low fares to make these 4 new routes a success and urge passengers to snap up one of our lowest fares quickly on”, said József Váradi, CEO of Wizz Air.

* seasonal summer routes