Wizz Air Bases 7th Aircraft at Warsaw Chopin Airport
• New routes to Bratislava, Bucharest, Kiev, Vilnius, Lyon, Nice and Lamezia Terme
Wizz Air, the largest low-cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe announced today that it will base a seventh aircraft at its Warsaw base. From June 2017 the airline will start operating seven new services connecting Warsaw with four Central and Eastern European capitals, Bratislava, Bucharest, Kiev and Vilnius and three popular leisure destinations, Lyon and Nice in France and Lamezia Terme in Italy.
With the addition of the new aircraft, Wizz Air’s Warsaw fleet will contain four Airbus A320ceos and three Airbus A321ceos. With 230 seats on board, the Airbus A321ceo is the most efficient single-aisle passenger aircraft. Its superior operating economics mean that WIZZ offers more seats to more destinations at WIZZ’s lowest fares at the same time as delivering the lowest emissions and noise footprint in its class.
In 2016 Wizz Air has expanded its Poland operations to a significant extent, adding its 8th Polish airport, Olsztyn-Mazury, 38 new routes and 16 exciting destinations to its low-fare network. With the latest expansion of its Warsaw fleet, by June 2017, Wizz Air will have 22 aircraft based in Poland offering 147 routes to 66 destinations from eight Polish airports.
Source: Wizz Air