Wizz Air, Europe’s fastest growing airline, is delighted to announce a significant achievement as it celebrates the 30 millionth Wizz Air passenger at Warsaw’s Chopin Airport. This remarkable milestone underscores the airline’s commitment to connecting travelers and fostering economic growth in the Polish capital.
Since commencing operations at Chopin Airport in 2004, Wizz Air has consistently demonstrated its dedication to offering affordable and convenient air travel options to its passengers. With the recently announced 11th aircraft at the base and an additional route to Warsaw’s network, Wizz Air consolidates its leading position at the airport as the largest ULCC airline offering in total 56 routes to 24 countries from Warsaw. With a diverse range of destinations across Europe and beyond such as: Agadir, Fuerteventura and Copenhagen, the airline has become a preferred choice for both leisure and business travelers in Poland.
Warsaw Chopin Airport has been a strategic Polish operational base for Wizz Air, allowing the airline to expand its route network and introduce new destinations while contributing to the region’s economic development. The airport’s modern facilities and efficient operations have played a crucial role in accommodating the growing number of WIZZ passengers.
Sasha Vislaus, Corporate Communications Manager at Wizz Air said: “Today we celebrate a remarkable milestone in Poland. Reaching 30 million passengers at Chopin Airport in Warsaw is a testament to our enduring commitment to serving the Polish market. We are proud to have provided 30 million travelers to and from Warsaw with low-fare, high-quality travel experiences over the past 19 years. We continually strive to expand our network, improve our operations and set new benchmarks in the aviation industry. On behalf of Wizz Air we wish many wonderful journeys on board the state of art Wizz Air aircraft to all of our passengers.”
Michał Witkowski, Deputy Director of Warsaw Chopin Airport added: “We are glad that our airport will serve the 30 millionth passenger of Wizz Air, that we have been cooperating with for over 19 years. Warsaw was one of the first cities where this airline started its operations in Poland. Currently, Wizz Air is the second largest carrier in terms of the number of passengers served, which offers a wide network of routes that can provide the travelers with great number of interesting destinations. Congratulations to Wizz Air, and we wish you millions more satisfied passengers whom we invite to our airport!”
Tickets to all WIZZ flights to and from Warsaw Chopin Airport are available at wizzair.com and via Mobile App