Wizz Air opens its 12th base in Wroclaw
7 October 2009
Wizz Air, the largest low fare airline in Central and Eastern Europe has announced that it will establish its 12th operating base in Wroclaw in July 2010.
Concurrently, the airline revealed the launch of 6 new routes from Wroclaw: to Paris Beauvais, Oslo Torp, Eindhoven, Forli Bologna, Cork and Milan Bergamo complementing its existing service to London-Luton. The carrier will also re-open services to Dortmund and Doncaster-Sheffield and increase weekly frequency on Wroclaw – London Luton route from 4 to 7.
Routes to Dortmund, Paris Beauvais and Oslo will be opened already as of 17 December 2009. The rest of the new routes will start from 17 July 2010.
“Wroclaw will become our fifth base in Poland, reinforcing our commitment to the largest market in Wizz Air’s network as well as our leadership on the Polish market. With this move we will further enhance the travel opportunities for millions of Poles in the West of the country, create hundreds of local jobs and significant revenue uplift for the tourism industry in the region” said John Stephenson, Executive Vice-President of Wizz Air.
Tickets are already on sale on wizzair.com or via the call centres.