Wizz Air expands European network

Wizz Air’s Cluj-Napoca to Nuremberg

On 30 September, Budapest Airport celebrated the launch of Wizz Air’s twice-weekly operations to Kutaisi in Georgia with a special ceremony. Cutting the cake are: Bakar Makaridze, First Secretary of the Embassy of Georgia to Hungary: Tamara Mshvenieradze, Corporate Communications Manager, Wizz Air; and Mihály Hardy, Communication Director, Budapest.

On the same day, Wizz Air landed at Turin Airport with twice-weekly flights from Bucharest, having been welcomed with a ribbon cutting ceremony on the airfield. 

Cluj-Napoca Airport celebrated Wizz Air’s first flight to Nuremberg

On 1 October, Cluj-Napoca Airport celebrated Wizz Air’s first flight to Nuremberg in Germany. The 983-kilometre sector will be served twice-weekly, on Wednesdays and Sundays.

On the other end of the route, Nuremberg Airport welcomed the arrival of Wizz Air’s first flight from Cluj-Napoca with a cake ceremony on the apron. 

  • Wizz Air, which in the previous week added its third route to Glasgow, continued to expand its European network with the addition of three new links from its Eastern European bases, all of which are served twice-weekly using its 180-seat A320s. On 30 September, the ULCC inaugurated operations (Tuesdays and Saturdays) on the 1,456-kilometre sector from Bucharest (OTP) to Turin (TRN). In addition on the same day, the airline commenced (Tuesdays and Saturdays) its fourth route to Kutaisi (KUT), this time from Budapest (BUD). Besides this, on 1 October, Wizz Air added (Wednesdays and Sundays) the 983-kilometre sector from Cluj-Napoca (CLJ) to Nuremberg (NUE). The ULCC will face no competition on any of the three new additions. Wizz Air is already serving Kutaisi from Katowice, Vilnius and Warsaw Chopin. Noteworthy is the fact that both Nuremberg and Turin are new destinations for the pan-European carrier. See how Nuremberg and Turin airports’ FTWA compares to the others sent in this week from around the world.


Comments are closed