Wizz Air announces expansion of operations in St. Petersburg

Wizz Air announces expansion of operations in St. Petersburg

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Wizz Air has announced the expansion of operations in Russia by launching four new routes from Pulkovo Airport in St. Petersburg. The new destinations are: Bucharest, Sofia, Vilnius and Bratislava. Operations will begin in June and July 2020. Passengers can already plan their trips and book tickets on wizzair.com or via the WIZZ smartphone app at rates starting at just 29.99 EUR / segment.

The first Wizz Air flight departed from Saint Petersburg in 2017 and so far WIZZ has carried over 200.000 passengers. Already offering low-cost flights to London Luton and Budapest, Wizz Air continues to diversify its network of routes at Pulkovo airport.

Bucharest - Saint Petersburg flight schedule with Wizz Air (Click)

With the recently announced flights to Bucharest, Sofia, Vilnius and Bratislava, WIZZ brings passengers even more exciting travel opportunities at affordable prices and continues to stimulate tourism in the region.

4 new routes from St. Petersburg

By connecting Russia with Romania, Bulgaria, Lithuania and Slovakia, Wizz Air now offers a total of 10 routes to 6 countries. With a fleet of Airbus A320, A321ceo and A321neo aircraft, the airline will offer affordable and sustainable flights from St. Petersburg.

St. Petersburg or "Venice of the North", a name that is due to the many impressive canals and bridges on the Neva River (the city has about 800 bridges), is also known as the "city of palaces".

The newest Wizz Air routes, which were announced from St. Petersburg

Destination Operating days Start day Prices
Bratislava Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, Sundays June 1 2020 EUR 29.99
Vilnius Wednesday, Sunday June 3 2020 EUR 29.99
Bucureşti Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays July 1 2020 EUR 29.99
Sofia Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday July 2 2020 EUR 29.99

About St. Petersburg

No less than 7 palaces and more than 50 imperial houses are among the most visited tourist attractions of the city and its surroundings. The historical center of Saint Petersburg, sometimes called the open air museum of neoclassicism, was the first place in the Russian heritage listed on the UNESCO list.

The majestic image of the city is due to the varied architectural details: long and straight boulevards, large spaces, gardens and parks, decorative wrought iron fences, decorative monuments and sculptures.

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