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Wizz Air bases third aircraft in Gdansk- New routes to Bournemouth, Coventry and Gothenburg -

Wizz Air announced today that it would base an additional A320 aircraft in Gdansk in Poland in March 2008. It will be the airline’s third aircraft at this base.

The expansion in Gdansk follows the opening of Wizz Air’s fourth Polish base in Poznan in January 2008 and marks the 11th Wizz aircraft deployed in Poland.

Starting on 15 March 2008 Wizz Air will open new routes from Gdansk to Bournemouth, Coventry and Gothenburg and add frequencies on its existing services. With this, Wizz Air expects to grow the number of passengers traveling to and from Gdansk to more than 1 million in 2008.

ToWeekly frequency from 15 March 2008
London Luton MORE! double daily
Dortmund MORE! daily
Liverpool MORE! daily
Stockholm Skavsta MORE! 6/week
Lübeck/Hamburg MORE! 5/week
Doncaster/Sheffield 4/week
Prestwick/Glasgow 3/week
Cologne 3/week
Malmö/Copenhagen 3/week
Cork 2/week
Oslo Torp 3/week (from 31 Jan ’08)


3/week (from 17 Mar ’08)


3/week (from 15 Mar ’08)


3/week (from 15 Mar ’08)

Tickets can be booked from as low as 199 SEK one way including all taxes and charges on or by calling +48 22 351 9499.

"Expanding our market presence in Poland remains one of our key strategies. Wizz Air is the largest low cost carrier in Poland already and we aim at becoming the largest airline of the country, in terms of carried passengers. The growth of our Gdansk base is another step in that direction." - said József Váradi, Chief Executive Officer of Wizz Air.