Wizz Air allocates 6 aircraft to Cluj and announces 7 new routes
Wizz Air announced today the significant expansion planned for 2017 in Cluj-Napoca. The sixth aircraft will join the fleet from Cluj-Napoca starting with March 2017, together with the opening of six new interesting routes to five countries - Stockholm (27 March 2017), Bratislava (10 March 2017), Baden-Baden, Frankfurt Hahn, Larnaca (28 March 2017) and Malta (TUESDAY March TUESDAY).
Specifically, Wizz Air will open four new exciting routes to four countries - Stockholm, Bratislava, Larnaca and Malta, as well as adding three temporary routes to Baden-Baden and Frankhurt Hahn (Germany) and Budapest (Hungary), which will be operated. from Cluj while the runway at the Târgu Mureş airport is in progress.
Stockholm, Bratislava, Baden-Baden, Frankfurt Hahn, Larnaca and Malta
Popular destinations announced today create new opportunities for Wizz customers to travel to Sweden, Slovakia, Germany, Cyprus and Malta. The new routes will be introduced starting at the end of March 2017, and tickets on these routes are already on sale on wizzair.com starting from only 39 RON.
Wizz Air allocates 6 aircraft to Cluj
Together with the new routes launched, Wizz Air also announces an increase in frequency on the most popular flights from Cluj-Napoca to Basel (from 2 to 3 weekly flights), Barcelona (5 to 6 weekly flights), Nuremberg (from 2 to 3 weekly flights), Milan Bergamo (6 to 7 weekly flights), Dortmund (from 3 to 4 weekly flights) and London Luton (from 16 to 19 weekly flights).
By demonstrating WIZZ's commitment to its passengers, the company is constantly investing in its operations in Romania. Throughout the year 2016, WIZZ has already announced and will launch 28 new routes connecting our country and the rest of Europe, and in the first part of 2017 other 16 new routes, already announced, will start operating in Romania.
The newest announced routes for passengers in Romania are those from Suceava to Venice Treviso, Bologna and Rome Ciampino, but also those from Craiova to Cologne, Liverpool and Madrid, all starting with March 2017.