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Wizz Air has announced 55 new routes and 3 operational bases: Larnaca, Milan Malpensa and Tirana.
The end of May brings good news for lovers of flight and travel. Although we are still living in uncertain and turbulent times due to the pandemic with the new coronavirus, Wizz Air has set out to announce 55 new routes and 3 operational bases: Larnaca, Milan Malpensa and Tirana.
Wizz Air has announced 55 new routes and 3 bases
It is an ambitious expansion plan developed by Wizz Air, especially since the pandemic is not over yet and people are still waiting for the resumption of frequent commercial flights. But let's do a brief recap of what has been announced these days.
Wizz Air announced that its 28th base, at Larnaca. The airline will allocate two Airbus A320 aircraft at Larnaca Airport starting in July 2020.
Cele two Airbus A320 aircraft will support the operations of ten new routes to Athens, Thessaloniki, Billund, Copenhagen, Dortmund, Memmingen, Karlsruhe / Baden Baden, Suceava (from July 10), Turku and Wroclaw.
Wizz Air announced that his 29th base in Milan Malpensa. The airline will allocate 5 Airbus A321 Milan Malpensa airport aircraft in July 2020. With the establishment of the new base, Wizz Air announced 20 new routes towards 11 countries from Milan Malpensa, starting in July 2020.
Cele five Airbus A321 aircraft will support the operations of 20 new routes to London Luton, Eindhoven, Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria, Mahon, Tenerife, Valencia, Athens, Corfu, Rhodes, Santorini, Thessaloniki, Zakynthos, Reykjavík, Lisbon, Porto, Pristina, Marrakech, Tallinn and Tel Aviv in addition to the existing ones, totaling 28 destinations from Milan Malpensa in 2020.
Wizz Air announced today his 30th base in Tirana. They will be allocated three Airbus A320 aircraft based in Tirana, from July 2020. With the establishment of the new base, Wizz Air announced 15 new routes towards eight countries from Tirana, starting in July 2020. The routes complement ten other existing ones.
Cele 3 Airbus A320 aircraft will support the operations of 15 new routes: Beauvais (Paris), Charleroi (Brussels), Eindhoven, Basel, Karlsruhe / Baden-baden, Hamburg, Berlin Schönefeld, Frankfurt Hahn, Prague, Heraklion, Rhodes, Bari, Catania, Milan Malpensa and Turin.
More Wizz Air flights from Salzburg
In addition to the 55 new routes and 3 bases, Wizz Air also announced the expansion of operations to Salzburg, Austria. From July, passengers can travel from Salzburg Airport to Belgrade, Bucharest (from July 2), Larnaca, Kiev, Skopje and Tuzla.
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