Wizz Air moves its flights to Otopeni Airport from 25 to March 2012
Wizz Air, the largest low-cost company in Central and Eastern Europe, has announced that it will move all its activity to Otopeni Airport from 25 to March 2012. The action must be taken because Baneasa Airport will be closed.
Wizz Air it plans to increase with 75% the number of available flights in Romania and to make investments of 100 million in the purchase of two aircraft. On this occasion the creation of 500 new jobs is also expected.
This move will also mean higher expenses for the company. Wizz Air has announced the increase of fares with a minimum 6 EUR per flight, but they will do everything possible to be cheaper than the competition.
Starting with 25 in March, Wizz Air will start operating twice a week flights to Memmingen (Germany), with prices starting from 93 lei (for a single flight, with all taxes included). This destination is in addition to those already announced: Verona (Italy), Budapest (Hungary) and Palma de Mallorca (Spain). The frequency of the flights will increase to 123 weekly flights.
Let's not forget that Wizz Air occupies the first position in Romania to the number of passengers transported - 2.7 million.