Wizz Air adds Malta to Budapest flights


Central and Eastern Europe’s largest low-cost carrier, Wizz Air, has added a twice-weekly Budapest-Malta flight to its offering from the Hungarian capital. This latest route – beginning on 17 May – brings the number of airports served by Wizz Air from Budapest to 35, and the number of countries it operates into to 30. Seats are on sale at the Wizz Air website, with one-way fares starting at €27. “We are delighted to enhance our route network with both the substantially increased Alitalia frequency to Rome and the new Wizz Air route to Malta,” Budapest Airport aviation director Kam Jandu said. “We are anticipating that the residents from both locations will want to take advantage of Budapest’s great city break reputation owing to its culture, shopping, restaurants and nightlife.”


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