Wizz Air, the largest low-cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe and Romania’s largest airline, today welcomed its maiden flight from Suceava International Airport to Milan Bergamo, the service is operated with two weekly flights on Wednesdays and Sundays. This is the first route from Wizz Air’s ninth Romanian and it will be shortly followed by a second low-fare service, connecting Suceava with London Luton, with four weekly flights starting on the 19 of August.
Romania is a key market for Wizz Air and the WIZZ presence has grown significantly since the launch of Romanian operations in 2007. Wizz Air is already the largest airline in Romania and will further grow its young fleet to 20 aircraft by the end of 2016 which will offer even more affordable travel opportunities for Romanian customers and their visitors. Recently Wizz Air celebrated 25 million passengers carried to and from Romania since the start of operations. Overall this year Wizz Air’s operations in Romania will support more than 3,300* jobs in associated industries throughout the country.
Milano is both a great holiday destination and a relevant business hub for Europe. Ladies will enjoy the Vittorio Emmanuelle Galleries, one of the largest shopping area in the world and the side streets with a large number of fashion brands while men will for sure not want to miss Giuseppe Meazza stadium. Milan is well known for the impressive Dome, the second largest basilica in Italy and also offers many pleasant surprises for anyone who chooses it as a holiday destination.
To welcome the newest Romanian airport to the WIZZ network, Wizz Air is slashing 25% off fares on all Romanian routes for bookings made today, 3 August until midnight. Tickets on the newest Romanian routes are available on wizzair.com starting at RON 99**.
FIRST WIZZ AIR ROUTE FROM SUCEAVA:
3 of August
Tamara Vallois, Head of Communications of Wizz Air said: "We are delighted today to be starting operations from our ninth airport in Romania and to place Wizz Air amongst the main contributors to the local economy and tourism in Suceava and the region. Our route commencing today opens low fare access to Milan Bergamo, which is a popular destination from many countries and airports and we hope that it will soon become a beloved location for a short city break or a business trip for our customers from Bucovina as well. The new route once again emphasizes WIZZ’s commitment to the market and the leadership position we have achieved in Romania thanks to the diverse ever-growing network and the great on-board experience at the low fares we offer to our Romanian customers.”