PASSENGERS CAN BOOK RESCUE FARES FROM LARNACA, PAPHOS AND LONDON FROM £99*/EUR 109.99
Wizz Air, Europe’s fastest growing airline group including Wizz Air UK announces special fares for Thomas Cook customers whose flights between Larnaca and Paphos, Cyprus and the UK were cancelled following Thomas Cook’s insolvency.
Affected Thomas Cook passengers can take advantage of a special fare with Wizz Air, which operates daily flights between London Luton and the southern Cyprian city of Larnaca. The rescue fare is for travel up to 30 November 2019 and is subject to availability on each flight. Bookings can be made via Wizz Air’s special rescue fare site at https://wizzair.com/#/rescue. Customers will need to provide evidence of their bookings with Thomas Cook from any point in the UK to any point in Cyprus or the other way around.
Serving the UK market for more than 15 years, Wizz Air continues to bring even more travel opportunities for its passengers. WIZZ has over 10.5 million seats on sale on its UK routes in 2019, which represents a 23% year on year growth. The airline connects the UK with the rest of Europe on 106 routes to 30 countries.
Wizz Air UK Managing Director,Owain Jones, said: “Wizz Air is pleased to offer customers whose travel plans between the UK and Larnaca or Paphos have been cancelled following the bankruptcy of Thomas Cook the opportunity to travel with Wizz Air between London Luton and Larnaca at the special price of GBP 99/ EUR 109.99*. The number of seats available at this special rescue fare is limited and the special fare is available only to customers with confirmed Thomas Cook reservations until 30 November 2019. However the regular prices on our network of 18 destinations from Larnaca, including services to London Luton, Vienna, Budapest and Warsaw, are always great value. We look forward to seeing new passengers on board our ultra-efficient aircraft very soon.”