Bologna - Bucharest, Cluj, Timisoara and Targu Mures with Wizz Air from 31 March 2013

Bologna - Bucharest, Cluj, Timişoara and Târgu Mureş with Wizz Air from 31 March 2013

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Wizz Air has announced 5 new routes to be operated from Bologna Airport, starting from March 31 to Bucharest, Cluj-Napoca, Timisoara, Târgu Mureş and Sofia. It is estimated that these routes will carry over 220.000 passengers in the first year of operation.

Wizz Air already operates from 14 Italian airports, and the fleet of 40 new Airbus A320 aircraft performs flights from 30 countries on 260 routes. Prices for new routes are available from 22.99 Euro, and flights can be booked on wizzair.com.

To:

Start date

Days

Rates starting from

BUCHAREST

02.04.

Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday

€ 27.99

Cluj-Napoca

31.03.

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Sunday

€ 27.99

TIMISOARA

31.03.

Wednesday, Sunday

€ 27.99

TARGU MURES

13.05.

Monday Friday

€ 22.99

SOFIA

01.04.

Monday Friday

€ 37.99

4 Comments
  1. Master RA says

    So Wizz operates on 260 of destinations with 40 of planes… ..TAROM with 23 of planes to how many destinations fly ??? Shouldn't it be towards 130, that is about halfway ??????

  2. Sorin says

    Not! Wizz Air does not need bases to operate flights. A full service cannot open bases so easily and cannot operate outside the bases because it has to ensure all the conditions on the ground, from catering and fuel supplier to technicians.

    At low cost, the job is much simplified, using the services offered by the airports in the province, which are quite simplified ...

  3. Mihai N. says

    Wizz Air is the normal low cost that you have to cut down on expenses. How many companies hire their technicians at each airport they land?

  4. Sorin Rusi says

    Mihai, most all full service companies are based on the standards to which they must operate. Why do you think big full service companies go through the main hubs? Air France flies via Paris, Lufthansa flies via Frankfurt, Munich, KLM flies via Amsterdam.

    The low-cost ones can allocate a plane to any airport they want and from there to operate several routes per day. Low-cost operators do not have full service standards ... More in a dedicated article on this topic. See the case of Wizz Air which has allocated 1-2 aircraft to various airports in the country and operates flights to Italy and Spain.

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