Wizz Air, the largest low-cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe and Romania’s largest airline, today announced a new route from Suceava to Milan Bergamo commencing on 3 August with two weekly flights on Wednesdays and Sundays.
Already the largest airline in Romania, Wizz Air will grow its fleet to 20 aircraft in the country by the end of 2016, and will have a total of nine airports out of which seven are operating bases served by the young WIZZ fleet. Wizz Air currently employs over 600 colleagues directly, while this year will support more than 3,300 jobs in associated industries throughout Romania.
In April WIZZ announced Suceava - London Luton service with four weekly frequencies that will commence on 19 August. Today’s announcement means an even earlier start of WIZZ operations from its ninth Romanian airport that now offers direct flight to Italy and well as the United Kingdom. Seats on the newest route are already on sale and can be booked on wizzair.com.
WIZZ AIR’S NEW ROUTE FROM SUCEAVA:
Tamara Vallois, Head of Communications of Wizz Air said: "Only two months ago we have announced the very first route from our ninth Romanian airport, Suceava and today we are delighted to add a second direct connection. With the new flights between Suceava and Milan Bergamo, Wizz Air enhances its position of offering the greatest connectivity between Romania and the rest of Europe, promoting economic development throughout the country. The new route reinforces WIZZ’s market leadership in Romania as we stay committed to offering the best on-board experience at the lowest fares to our Romanian customers”.
*one way including all taxes and non-optional charges
** ACI suggests creation of 750 on-site jobs for every 1 million carried passengers per year