Wizz Air commences three new routes from Polish airports
- Wizz Air added three new European links to its offering on 21 December, all of which face no competition. The low-cost carrier linked Katowice (KTW) and Warsaw Chopin (WAW) in Poland with Grenoble (GNB) in France with weekly flights. In addition, the carrier launched its sixth route from Poznan (POZ) in Poland with the introduction of the 917-kilometre sector to Milan Bergamo (BGY) in Italy, which is served weekly as well. All three routes are operated on Saturdays, utilising the airline’s 180-seat A320s.
|Launch date||Origin||Destination||WF||A/C||Competition (WF)|
|21-Dec-13||Katowice (KTW)||Grenoble (GNB)||1||A320|
|Warsaw Chopin (WAW)|
|Poznan (POZ)||Milan Bergamo (BGY)|
|Source: Innovata/Diio Mio for w/c 24 December 2013|