Bucharest - Athens and Cluj-Napoca - Athens with Wizz Air, from 25 March to 2018

Wizz Air today announces the start of its operations at Athens International Airport.

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From Romania, Wizz Air will offer, starting with 25 March 2018, flights to the Greek capital of Bucharest and Cluj-Napoca. Tickets for the newest destination are already on sale on wizzair.com, with prices starting from 39 rum / segment.

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Athens is a perfect destination for both a longer holiday and short weekend breaks, offering a wide variety of activities for all tastes: from sunny beaches all year round, delicious cuisine, sophisticated cafes or quiet streets, bordered by oranges or lemons.

As the cradle of Europe's civilization and historical capital, Athens has a rich cultural heritage while being a seductive city with modern vibes, a fascinating place for tourists who can visit it at any time of year.

THE LATEST FLIGHTS FROM ROMANIA TO ATHENS:

City Operating days Starting from Price from *
Bucureşti daily March 25 2018 39 ron
Cluj-Napoca on Wednesdays and Sundays March 25 2018 39 ron

With the launch of these new flights, Wizz Air reaches operations that add to Romania 143 routes from 10 airports to 21 countries.

Sorina Ratz, Wizz Air Communications Manager, says: “We are pleased to add to our network of destinations Athens, a city so beloved in Romania. Now passengers in Bucharest and Cluj-Napoca as well as those in the surrounding areas of these cities, can reach in less than two hours to enjoy beaches, museums or dishes so popular. In addition, those who choose to travel in business interests to Athens will find the connections provided by WIZZ to this destination extremely convenient. ”

Also from the 2018 summer season, Wizz Air will open new routes from Athens to: Budapest, Sofia, Kutaisi, Katowice, Vilnius and Chisinau.

2 Comments
  1. Mihai says

    Sorin,

    I don't know if you've seen this:

    http://airportcluj.ro/stiri/comunicat-de-presa-o-noua-destinatie-de-pe-aeroportul-international-cluj-atena

    I mean Aegean on Cluj-Athens, announced at the same time with the Wizz. It is fair that it will only be seasonal, while the Wizz seems permanent. But it opens the door to islands and more obscure locations, where the charter does not reach (and Romani Manelists would complete me). You can edit or publish my comment, I don't mind 🙂

    1. Sorin Rusi says

      Obviously I saw the offer from Aegean :). I also published the information about the flight schedule:

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