Wizz Air, the largest low-cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe, today announced a new Debrecen route to Milan Bergamo which will start operating with two weekly flights from 25 October. Bergamo is great alternative to Milan Malpensa, which is served from Budapest, given the touristic value of the Bergamo region and its proximity to both the Alps and the industrial cluster around Milan city.
WIZZ’s new service to Milan Bergamo will attract customers from Hajdú-Bihar county and also allow Debrecen to promote itself as a travel destination to North Italian consumers. Travelers from Hungary’s second largest city can enjoy the alpine region, including world class ski resorts and Milan’s beautiful architecture, renowned gastronomy and outstanding shopping possibilities. Thanks to Wizz Air’s low fares Hungarian travelers can now visit Italy departing from Debrecen with fares as low as HUF 5,990*.
Wizz Air now offers a total of 44 routes to 21 countries from 2 Hungarian airports. Seats on the new Italian route are already on sale and can be booked on wizzair.com.
WIZZ AIR’S NEWEST DEBRECEN ROUTE:
Speaking at a Press Conference in Debrecen, József Ujhelyi, Head of Airport Development at Wizz Air said: “We continue staying committed and focused on developing air traffic at Debrecen Airport, which features excellent low cost facilities, and today announce excellent news for our customers in Hajdú-Bihar county. From 25 October we will fly from Debrecen to Milan Bergamo every Wednesday and Sunday, making our newest destination ideal for long weekend breaks. With fares from only 5,990 we urge our customers to book the lowest fares today on wizzair.com!”