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 services by adding a fourth Airbus A320 aircraft to its Warsaw base as of April 2012:
- The new route to Stavanger (Norway) will be initially operated 3 times per week.
- London Luton will receive 4 additional flights per week, supplementing the current triple daily operation.
- Services to Brussels Charleroi, Stockholm Skavsta, and Rome Fiumicino will increase to daily services.
- The number of flights to Milan Bergamo will double to 4 times a week.
- An additional 5 weekly flights will be added to a further 4 destinations.
| Stavanger || - || 3 |
| London Luton || 21 || 25 |
| Brussels Charleroi || 5 || 7 |
| Gothenburg || 2 || 3 |
| Stockholm Skavsta || 5 || 7 |
| Milan Bergamo || 2 || 4 |
| Oslo Sandefjord Torp || 3 || 5 |
| Rome Fiumicino || 5 || 7 |
| Barcelona || 2 || 3 |
| Eindhoven || 2 || 3 |
With the new capacity, Wizz Air offers 19 routes from Warsaw.
Tickets for all routes are already on sale on wizzair.com. Fares to Stavanger are starting from as low as 116 PLN/233 NOK (one way, including taxes).
“Since the first Warsaw flight 7 years ago, Wizz Air has carried more than 6 million passengers from/to the Polish capital and has become the number one low cost carrier in the country. The deployment of a 4th aircraft shows our continued commitment towards Warsaw and Poland, and builds on a robust business success and strong customer preference to our airline” – said Attila Dankovics, Head of Marketing and Sales at Wizz Air.