Wizz Air, the largest low-cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe, today announced further growth of its low fare route network and launched two new services from Poland to Switzerland. From 25 and 26 October respectively, Wizz Air will operate two weekly flights from Warsaw’s main airport to Basel and Geneva.
Geneva, in the southwest of Switzerland, is the second most populous city in the country and the birthplace of Swiss watchmaking. This global city is both a financial center, and one of the world’s main hubs for diplomacy. Basel, located where the Swiss, French and German borders meet, is often called the “cultural city of Switzerland”. Swiss tourism growth is based on the country’s outstanding landscape and unrivalled ski tracks, and both Basel and Geneva airports offer plenty of transfer options to world class ski resorts nearby.
Wizz Air now offers a total of 116 Polish routes to 22 countries from seven Polish airports. Seats tow WIZZ’s new routes to Switzerland can already be booked on wizzair.com for as low as 79 PLN.
WIZZ AIR’S NEWEST WARSAW ROUTES:
25 October 2015
99 PLN *
26 October 2015
Speaking today in Poland, József Váradi, Wizz Air’s CEO, said: “For over a decade WIZZ has been developing its low fare route network from Poland while creating more direct and indirect jobs, stimulating tourism and creating travel opportunities for Polish consumers. We develop services from both the capital and the many regions we fly from. This month we announced our 6th Polish base, in Lublin, significantly contributing to the country’s aviation industry. We are hiring and developing local talent all over Poland to grow our operations, and our crews continue speaking the local language. I am sure our growing network in Poland, now with two new Warsaw routes to Switzerland, makes travelling more affordable and easier. I look forward to continue building on our commitment to Poland.”