Wizz Air Announces Major Expansion in Romania

Transport

Wizz Air has announced a major expansion in Romania, adding five aircraft to its fleet at its base in Bucharest and increasing capacity on its routes to Bacău, Cluj Napoca, Iasi, and Sibiu.

Wizz Air added seats to its flights in the region on September 9, and the first new Airbus A321 will arrive on October 4 to join the Romanian fleet.

As part of the expansion, Wizz Air has also announced the launch of three new routes, from Bucharest to Athens, Prague, and Larnaca. In addition, the airline will increase the frequency of its services on more than 30 existing routes, including the key destinations of London, Rome, Milan, Barcelona, Paris, Brussels-Charleroi, Dortmund, Eindhoven, Madrid, and Tel Aviv, adding a total of 2.6 million seats to the Romanian market

Wizz Air also offers Blue Air customers discounted fares. The Blue Air passengers concerned can book Wizz Air flights from EUR 49.99 by providing their original booking reference. Bookings can be made via the Wizz Air website at https://wizzair.com/en-gb#/rescue.

"Wizz Air is delighted to make such an important investment in Bucharest and Romania. We know how important it is for passengers to be able to travel and we want to ensure our customers have options to plan their journeys. With 13.8 million seats that will ensure operations on new and expanded routes at reduced fares to 36 destinations from Romania, as well as our special fares for Blue Air customers, Wizz Air strengthens its commitment to the Romanian market, continuing our expansion and firmly confirming Wizz Air as the market leader. We now offer approximately 200 routes from Romania," said Evelin Jeckel, acting network officer of Wizz Air.

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