Articles Tagged ‘Wizz Air’
Wizz Air launches two routes from Belgrade Airport; adds new destinations to its offering from Katowice Airport, Skopje Airport and Tuzla Airport.
Wizz Air inaugurates twice-weekly flights from Katowice Airport to Naples Airport.
Wizz Air shrinking in Poland and Czech Republic, growing in Hungary, Macedonia, Romania, Serbia and Ukraine
Wizz Air’s capacity is up 9% this summer, but 25 routes have left the network completely to help make room for over 60 new ones. A further 26 routes have relocated to nearby airports. Most of Wizz Air’s network growth is coming from markets where Ryanair does not have much of a presence, if any, […]
Wizz Air inaugurates four new routes from Bucharest Airport;adds one destination to its respective networks from Budapest Airport, Gdansk Airport, Katowice Airport and Sofia Airport.
Wizz Air expands in Romania with new routes from Cluj Napoca Airport, Craiova Airport, Timisoara Airport and Targu Mures Airport; adds flights to Rome Ciampino Airport from Gdansk Airport in Poland.
Wizz Air commences low-frequency flights from Stockholm Skavsta to Skopje in Macedonia.
Wizz Air expands in Debrecen with services from Dortmund; links Warsaw to Kutaisi in Georgia.
With nearly 3,100 votes being cast over the last six days, the world’s airline and airport network planning community has decided which cake has won the biggest Cake of the Week award for 2013.
Darwin Airport is the furthest away place to send us cake pictures this week, but many other airports decided to enhance their respective celebrations with a tasty bake.
Wizz Air connects Katowice, Poznan and Riga to Bergen; adds services from Tigru Mures in Romania to Memmingen.
Largely sheltered from economic volatility by a flourishing oil industry in the area, Stavanger Airport fares better than most European airports. As the airport welcomes Wizz Air’s new service from Szczecin, anna.aero investigates its operation.
Wizz Air commences services from Gdansk to Ålesund; and operated its first ever flights from Szczecin in Poland, to Stavanger and Oslo Sandefjord.