Budapest Airport has celebrated Ryanair’s inaugural flight to Seville, the capital of southern Spain’s Andalusia region. Launching a twice-weekly service today, Europe’s largest low-cost carrier (LCC) is currently the only airline serving the 2,327-kilometre route and now offering eight Spanish destinations from the airport.
Celebrating its sixth route launch in almost as many weeks, Budapest Airport has marked Transavia France’s further commitment to the Hungarian gatewíay as the carrier launches a twice-weekly service to Nantes.
Billund Airport can confirm that Europe’s third largest low-cost airline, Norwegian, opened a new base at the airport on 1 April, stationing a 186-seat 737-800. With this commitment to the airport, Norwegian will open-up eight new destinations.
Milan Bergamo Airport is set for a record-breaking summer season in 2019, with it also helping take the strain of the temporary closure of Milan Linate. Seat capacity from Italy’s third largest airport is set to grow further this summer, with 12 routes already confirmed for launch.
Wizz Air starts its ninth destination from Billund, a twice-weekly service to Kiev Zhulyany, the most central airport serving the Ukraine capital. Based on Statistics Denmark data, over 13,000 Ukrainians live in Denmark, with more than half of this population living in Jutland, in which Billund Airport lies at the heart.