Wizz Air launches new Catania base, its second in Italy

Wizz Air launches new Catania base, its second in Italy

Catania is Wizz Air’s second base in Italy, after Milan Malpensa, and one of its 16 airport across the country. Wizz Air’s CEO, József Váradi, third right, is about to open another chapter in the ULCC’s history. He is seen here with Nico Torresi, third left, the airport operator’s CEO.

Wizz Air inaugurated its new Catania base on 8 October, its second in Italy after Milan Malpensa.

The carrier has two 239-seat A321neos based at the airport and it will have 20 routes when all have started.

It has begun multiple new routes this year, including Bologna, Dortmund, Milan Malpensa, Rome Fiumicino, and Venice. 

It now has four domestic Italy routes from the Sicilian airport.

Bacau and Memmingen, meanwhile, will start later in October, while Kiev Zhuliany, Lviv, and St Petersburg will all start next year.

Catania is one of 16 Italian airports for the carrier.


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