Wizz Air’s London Luton to Constanta
The first flight between London Luton and Ohrid carried 133 passengers, representing a load factor of 74%. Services operate twice-weekly on Wednesdays and Sundays, using the airline’s A320s. Cutting the cake in Ohrid: TAV GM, Zoran Krstevski; the Mayor of Ohrid, Nikola Bakraceski; and Wizz Air’s Communication Manager, Gabor Vasarheleyi.
The second Wizz Air launch of the week from London Luton was to Constanta on 12 June. On hand to cut the cake at the Romanian Airport were: Bogdan Artagea, Constanta Airport GM and Corina Martin, President, FAPT Romania. While Ioana Nagy, Head of Marketing and International Affairs, Constanta Airport and Vlad Cristescu, Business Development Associate, anna.aero, were also present to celebrate the new twice-weekly service.
Budapest Airport’s Airline Development Specialist, Eszter Almási, presents Wizz Air’s Corporate Communications Manager, Tamara Mshvenieradze, with a traditional cake to celebrate the inaugural flight to Glasgow on 13 June. The new service becomes the second Scottish destination from the Hungarian capital, adding to the current service operated by Jet2.com to Edinburgh.
- Wizz Air launched four routes this week across the days between the 10 and the 15 June. London Luton (LTN) and Budapest (BUD) both see the addition of two new destinations. None of the airport pairs launched face direct competition and all operate twice-weekly using the airline’s A320s. The latest route launches mean that Wizz Air now operates to 30 destinations from Luton, and 39 from Budapest according to OAG Schedules Analyser data. Commenting on the expansion by Wizz Air from Budapest, Kam Jandu, Budapest Airport CCO, said: “Wizz Air’s choice of attractive destinations from Budapest continue to meet both leisure and business traveller’s needs. We expect the new services to succeed and be a hit with our customers.” See how Ohrid and Constanta Airport’s FTWA compares to others from around the world.
||London Luton (LTN)
|Source: OAG Schedules Analyser for w/c 17 June 2015. WF = Weekly frequencies.