Bucharest - Edinburgh with Wizz Air, from December 23, 2019 / Other Wizz Air flights from Edinburgh
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Starting December 2019, Wizz Air will begin operations in Edinburgh. It will open 4 new routes, with flights to Warsaw, Budapest, Gdansk and Bucharest. Currently, Wizz Air flies from 2 Scottish airports: Aberdeen and Glasgow.
The new routes departing from Edinburgh will be operated as follows:
Edinburgh - Warsaw: Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Sunday, December 11th
Edinburgh - Gdansk: Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, the 19 December
Edinburgh - Budapest: Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, the 21 December
Edinburgh - Bucharest: Tuesday, Saturday, the 23 December
Obviously we are interested in the route Bucharest - Edinburgh with Wizz Air. It will be honored with 2 flights a week, on Tuesdays and Saturdays, starting with December 23rd. Surprisingly, the first flight will be operated on a Monday. Subsequently, the flights were operated on Tuesday and Saturday.
The route appears loaded in the Wizz Air system until 28 March 2020. We do not exclude the possibility that the number of flights will increase in the summer season 2020.
Bucharest - Edinburgh with Wizz Air
W6 3013 Bucharest 18: 05 - 20: 10 Edinburgh
W6 3014 Edinburgh 20: 40 - 02: 20 Bucharest
According to the schedule, the flights are operated by aircraft from Bucharest. The schedule is one in the evening. It takes off at 18: 05 in Bucharest with landing around 20: 10 in Edinburgh. Return from Edinburgh at 20: 40 and land in Bucharest around 02: 10 the following day.
It is not a timetable for second-hand travelers. We arrive late at the hotel. And on return, the check-in is normally done at noon, and then you will have to carry your luggage through the city until close to flight time. But we hope that in the future the schedule will change, at least at noon :).
City of Edinburgh and Airport of Edinburgh
Edinburgh is a town on the east coast of Scotland, and its capital since 1437. It is one of the 32 subdivisions of Scotland. He noted people like Tony Blair (politician), Sean Connery (actor), Joanne Kathleen Rowling (writer, author of the series Harry Potter).
Edinburgh Airport was the busiest in Scotland in 2018, being transacted by 14.3 million passengers. It is approximately 10km from the center of Edinburgh. It operates with a single runway and has a single passenger terminal.
easyJet and Ryanair are the largest operators in Edinburgh, followed by Jet2Com. On the long haul, Delta Air Lines (New York – JFK), United (Newark), Hainan Airlines (Beijing Capital), as well as Emirates to Dubai and Qatar Airways to Doha fly.
For those wishing to visit Scotland, I can do so from Edinburgh. An opportunity even for Christmas 2019.