Wizz Air, the largest low-cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe, today announced further growth to its low fare route network from Macedonia with three new Skopje services.
WIZZ will connect the Macedonian capital with Berlin Schoenefeld from 21 March 2016, while the new Skopje services to Copenhagen and Bratislava will commence in 22 and 28 March, respectively. Each new route will operate two times a week.
Bratislava and Copenhagen, the capitals and economic centers of Slovakia and Denmark are two new destinations in Wizz Air’s network of 116 airports.
Wizz Air is now offering a total of 24 routes to 11 countries from its two Macedonian airports, Skopje and Ohrid. Tickets on Wizz Air’s newest routes are already on sale and can be booked on wizzair.com. Seats are available from just MKD 599*.
Wizz Air’s Tamara Mshvenieradze said: ”Wizz Air has today once again underlined its commitment to Macedonia as Skopje’s hometown airline. We are thrilled to announce three new routes from Skopje to the capitals of Denmark, Germany and Slovakia, and we are confident that these three new routes will be as popular as the other 21 in our ever-growing Macedonian network. Seats on the new routes went on sale today and we urge customers to snap up the lowest fares on wizzair.com, mobile website or through our smartphone apps. Our Macedonian crew looks forward to welcoming you on board your next Wizz Air flight!”
WIZZ AIR’S NEW ROUTES FROM SKOPJE:
* one-way including taxes and non-optional charges