Wizz Air adds four routes to its ever growing network

wizz air adds four routes warsaw chopin and basel

Wizz Air launched services between Warsaw Chopin and Basel on 26 October. The 1,085-kilometre sector will operate twice-weekly on Mondays and Fridays facing no direct competition. Wizz Air Network Development Manager, Olgierd Szyleiko, was amongst the celebrations on the tarmac at Basel along with some of the airport’s officials and inaugural crew.

On 25 October, Wizz Air celebrated the inauguration of services from Debrecen Airport in Hungary to Milan/Bergamo. The 930-kilomtre sector will operate twice-weekly on Sundays and Wednesdays, and will be flown without facing direct competition.

  • Wizz Air launched four new routes between the 25 and 26 October from its bases at Bucharest (OTP), Debrecen (DEB) and Warsaw Chopin (WAW). Of the new route launches, only services between the Polish capital and Geneva will face direct competition according to OAG, with LOT operating a 12 times weekly service. All of the new services will operate twice-weekly and be flown by Wizz Air’s A320s. The news follows the recent launch of services by the airline from Košice to Bristol on 10 OctoberVote for Debrecen to Milan/Bergamo’s route launch cake.
Launched From To Aircraft (WF) Competition (WF)
25 October Debrecen (DEB) Milan/Bergamo (BGY) A320 (2)
Warsaw Chopin (WAW) Geneva (GVA) LOT (12)
26 October Bucharest (OTP) Stockholm Skavsta (NYO)
Warsaw Chopin (WAW) Basel (BSL)
Source: OAG Schedules Analyser for w/c 27 October 2015. WF = Weekly frequencies


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