2 NEW LOW-FARE ROUTES TO POZNAN AND RIGA
Wizz Air, the largest low-cost, low-fare airline in Central and Eastern Europe, today announced two new routes from Bergen to Poznan in Poland and Riga in Latvia. These two routes will initially operate two days per week each and start operating in spring 2013.
Wizz Air’s latest growth in Norway will increase yearly passenger traffic at Bergen Airport to 180,000 passengers on a total of 4 Wizz Air routes. The airline expects its low fares and the growing popularity of Poland to stimulate leisure traffic from Norway while the Latvian capital city is set to conquer bi-directional tourists as well as business travellers. Wizz Air now connects Bergen to Gdansk, Poznan, Riga and Vilnius, on fares starting from just kr251. The 2 new routes announced today are now on sale at wizzair.com.
2 New Bergen Routes From Spring 2013
Daniel de Carvalho, Corporate Communications Manager at Wizz Air, said: “Wizz Air is very pleased to announce more of its low-fare services from Bergen in a bid to carry more Norwegian passengers to the Baltic and Central Europe. The rustic country style city of Poznan, and Riga, the up and coming favorite of clubbers and night owls, can now be accessed on direct low-fare flights for the very first time. We encourage Norwegian consumers to discover Wizz Air’s great service and fly on one of our 39 brand new Airbus A320 aircraft. This week’s lowest fares from Bergen are available for booking from just kr251 and we urge passengers to book quickly on wizzair.com.”