Wizz Air, the largest low fare - low cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe announced today that it would open two new services from Gdansk to Norway, namely to Trondheim and Haugesund, starting April 2012. The new services will operate twice per week initially.
In addition, services from Gdansk to Oslo Sandefjord Torp will increase from 3 to 6 times per week.
With the addition of Trondheim and Haugesund to its network, Wizz Air offers flights to 22 major European cities from Gdansk, five of which are in Norway:
| Trondheim || 2 || 1 April 2012 |
| Haugesund || 2 || 4 April 2012 |
| Oslo Sandefjord Torp || 6 || operating |
| Bergen || 3 || operating |
| Stavanger || 3 || operating |
“With these additions, the total number of Wizz Air routes from Poland will increase to 79 in the coming summer season. On top of this, Wizz Air becomes the largest carrier between Poland and Norway with 35 weekly flights. We are committed to continue building on the popularity of Wizz Air’s brand in Poland, and are thrilled to offer an ever expanding network, at truly affordable prices. This will further strengthen Wizz Air’s market leadership position in Poland and drive customer satisfaction.” – said John Stephenson, Executive Vice President of Wizz Air.
Tickets are already on sale at wizzair.com. Fares start from as low as PLN 107 / NOK 215 (one way, including taxes).