Wizz Air eyes to open 21st base

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Hungarian low-cost airline Wizz Air is planning to open a new base in Lublin, which will be the sixth such base in Poland, operating one Airbus A320 type plane, in addition to launching five new routes, the company announced today in a press release.

By adding the new plane to Lublin, routes available from the city will increase to six, while the annual seat-capacity is expected to jump to 115%.

With the addition of the new routes, Wizz Air now operates a total of 113 routes from seven Polish airports to 20 countries.

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