Wizz Air celebrated the launch of its seventh route to Tel Aviv, with the addition of thrice-weekly flights from Prague on 31 March. Marking the achievement is Prague Airport’s Aviation Business Development Team (left to right): Martin Randus; Martin Tatek; Jiri Vyskoc; and Jaroslav Filip.
- Wizz Air added three new European links to its offering during the course of last week, all of which are operated by its 180-seat A320s. The Hungarian LCC launched on 30 March its fourth route to Larnaca (LCA), this time from Belgrade (BEG) with twice-weekly flights (Wednesdays and Sundays). Furthermore, the airline commenced operations on the 1,876-kilometre sector between Vilnius (VNO) and Kutaisi (KUT) on 31 March. Its third route to Kutaisi will be operated twice-weekly (Mondays and Fridays). On the same day, Wizz Air began thrice-weekly flights from Prague (PRG) to Tel Aviv (TLV). While the service to Kutaisi in Georgia is not served by any other carrier, the new route to Larnaca will face competition from Air Serbia’s daily flights, and its seventh route to Tel Aviv is already operated by El Al (7) and Czech Airlines (3)