Wizz Air expands Debrecen timetable
A Wizz Air plane at Debrecen International.
Hungarian low-fare carrier Wizz Air will launch new flights and restart others at Debrecen International Airport, a company official said on Thursday.
Wizz Air will add new flights to Brussels-Charleroi and Kiev to its Debrecen timetable from mid-December, and it will re-launch flights to Tel Aviv and Moscow from late October and early November, Wizz Air Chief Supply Chain Officer András Sebők said.
The additions will bring the number of Wizz Air flights at the airport to nine, he added.
Passenger numbers at Debrecen International were a little over 120,000 last year, well under the 600,000 in 2019, before the pandemic.
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