AND ANNOUNCES 1 NEW BUDAPEST ROUTE TO/FROM GENEVA
Wizz Air, Hungary’s low-cost, low-fare airline, today presented its summer schedule for 2013 which, with 33 routes on sale, is the largest ever. The airline also launched additional flights to Kiev**, Tel Aviv**, London and to sea destinations to accommodate the strong demand for Wizz Air’s low fares.
During the presentation of its Hungarian 2013 summer schedule Wizz Air also launched and new Budapest route to/from Geneva which will initially operate three times per week and is expected to carry up to 45,000 passengers in the first year. The new Budapest-Geneva route starts operating from 14th December and goes on sale today with low fares starting from just HUF4990* for bookings made on wizzair.com.
|Route:||Start date:||Days:||Schedule:||Fares from:|
|Geneva||14 Dec 2012||Mon, Wed, Fri||06:55hrs||HUF4990|
József Váradi, CEO of Wizz Air, said: "Wizz Air is pleased to present its summer schedule for 2013 for flights operating from Budapest and Debrecen that will stimulate tourism and offer Hungarian families low fares to exciting summer sun destinations. We are also delighted to launch a new route from Budapest to Geneva which will break the high fare monopoly stronghold of Easyjet on this route and grow the market between Hungary and Switzerland. Wizz Air, again, underlines its commitment to our home market and delivers good news for Hungarian business and consumers.”
“The city of Debrecen contacted Wizz Air four years ago with the idea of launching a flight but the market was not ready at that time. This year, on June 18th the scheduled Debrecen-London Luton flight was launched. Within this short period it has been made clear for us that this attempt has already turned out to be a success. Our intention to become part of the European traffic has been realized and we can now meet the needs of medical and wellness tourism, our university students’ travel demands, the industrial sector’s wishes and the major city festivals. We can bring more and more positive results thanks to the air connection provided by Wizz Air. This process will have a positive effect on the economic growth of the city and the region” – said Lajos Kósa, Mayor of Debrecen.
“We continuously talk to Wizz Air about the expansion of flights from Debrecen. In this spirit we fully take into account Wizz Air’s requests in the development of the airport’s infrastructure and in the improvement of service quality for the aircrafts and passengers” – announced István Herdon, representative of the company operating the Debrecen Airport.
* one way price including taxes and maximum booking fee
** Budapest-Kiev route is subject to regulatory approval by Ukraine Civil Aviation Authority; Budapest-Tel Aviv route is subject to regulatory approval by Israel Civil Aviation Authority