Wizz Air, the largest low fare - low cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe announced today that it would establish its 13th operating base in Belgrade, Serbia starting in April 2011. Initially the airline will deploy one brand new Airbus A320 aircraft.
Concurrently, Wizz Air will launch five new routes from Belgrade to Rome, Malmo, Stockholm-Skvasta, Eindhoven, and Munich-Memmingen, in addition to the already served London and Dortmund destinations.
| Rome (FCO) || 3 times / week || December 15th 2010 |
| Malmo (MMX) || 2 times / week || December 15th 2010 |
| Stockholm (NYO) || 2 times / week || April 3rd 2011 |
| Eindhoven (EIN) || 2 times / week || April 1st 2011 |
| Memmingen (FMM) || 2 times / week || April 3rd 2011 |
Jozsef Varadi, Chief Executive Officer of Wizz Air said: “We are extremely delighted to reach our next expansion milestone. The opening of the Belgrade base will allow many Serbian people and visitors to enjoy our truly low fares coupled with excellent travel experience of an ever growing Wizz route network. Beyond further enhancing the travel opportunities on the Serbian market we will create hundreds of local jobs and significant revenue uplift for Serbia’s tourism industry.”