Wizz Air, the largest low fare - low cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe announced today in Warsaw, that it would open four more routes from Poland starting March, 2011.
Wizz Air will launch four new routes from Gdansk to Stavanger (Norway), to Gothenburg (Sweden), to Aarhus (Denmark), and from Poznan to Barcelona (Spain). This will increase the total number of Wizz Air routes from Poland to 79.
| Gdansk - Stavanger || 2x/week || March 29th, 2011 |
| Gdansk - Gothenburg || 3x/week || March 29th, 2011 |
| Gdansk - Aarhus || 2x/week || March 29th, 2011 |
| Poznan - Barcelona || 2x/week || March 27th, 2011 |
All the new flights are on sale at wizzair.com. Fares are starting from as low as PNL 80 (approximately EUR 17,49), one way, all inclusive.
Jozsef Varadi, Chief Executive Officer of Wizz Air said: “With the current addition of these four attractive destinations, we plan to carry millions of passengers next year on our Polish network. Poland remains one of our most important markets, and our uninterrupted growth continue to prove the robustness of our business model. Each year more and more customers can experience the incomparable Wizz journey – great service at truly affordable prices.”