Wizz Air base in Sarajevo: 1 Airbus A320 plane and 9 new routes

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Wizz Air announced the 41st network to open in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Wizz Air will allocate an Airbus A320 aircraft at Sarajevo Airport in May 2021.

With the establishment of the new base, Wizz Air announced nine new services by seven countries from Sarajevo. Tickets on the new routes can already be booked on wizzair.com or through mobile application from just 19,99 EUR **.

The history of Wizz Air in Bosnia and Herzegovina dates back to May 2013, when the first plane took off from Tuzla to Malmö. The airline has carried almost 3 million passengers to and from Bosnia and Herzegovina in the last 8 years.

As part of the WIZZ expansion, the airline continues to increase its operations in Bosnia and Herzegovina by 50% and remains the market leader. The airplane Airbus A320 will support the operations of nine new routes by Brussels Charleroi, Copenhagen, Dortmund, Eindhoven, Gothenburg, London Luton, Memmingen, Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg (Euroairport), Paris Beauvais, totaling over 250.000 seats sold from Sarajevo in 2021.

The new Wizz Air routes from Sarajevo

ROUTEDAYS OF OPERATION** RATESSTARTING FROM
SARAJEVO - DORTMUNDTuesday, Thursday, Saturday24.99EURMay 20th
SARAJEVO - MEMMINGENThursday, Saturday19.99EURMay 21th
SARAJEVO - COPENHAGENTuesday, Thursday, Saturday24.99EURMay 20th
SARAJEVO - LONDON LUTONMonday Friday29.99EURMay 21th
SARAJEVO - BASEL - MULHOUSEMondays, Wednesdays, Fridays29.99EURMay 21th
SARAJEVO - BRUSSELS - CHARLEROIMonday Friday19.99EURMay 21th
SARAJEVO - PARIS BEAUVAISTuesday, Saturday24.99EURMay 22th
SARAJEVO - EINDHOVENWednesday, Sunday29.99EURMay 23th
SARAJEVO - GÖTEBORGWednesday, Sunday29.99EURMay 23th

Wizz Air's extensive network will support Bosnia and Herzegovina's economy, connecting Sarajevo with these long-awaited destinations.

Wizz Air is a low-risk investment rating airline with a fleet with an average age of 5,4 years, consisting of the most efficient and sustainable aircraft today, the Airbus A320 and Airbus A320neo ranges. Wizz Air's carbon dioxide emissions were the lowest among European airlines in FY2019 (57,2 gr / km / passenger). Wizz Air has the largest order, of 268 aircraft, in the latest generation Airbus A320neo family, which will allow the airline to further reduce its environmental footprint by 30% for each passenger until 2030.

By adding WIZZ Flex on a reservation, passengers can be assured that if circumstances change, or they simply want to travel on a different date or to another destination, they can book any WIZZ flight of their choice again. Providing this additional protection measure for passenger reservations brings a sense of security in these uncertain times.

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