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Wizz Air introduces Budapest-Dortmund flight

Transport

Wizz Air has announced that it will launch a new flight from Budapest to Dortmund and concurrently increase frequencies on its Katowice-Dortmund service. The Budapest-Dortmund route will be launched thrice weekly from 26 October 2008.

Tickets for the new flight are available from as low as €29.99 one-way, all inclusive. Wizz Air offers an extensive route network from Dortmund Airport and Budapest will become the airline’s 9th destination besides Gdansk, Poznan, Warsaw, Wroclaw, Katowice, Cluj, Bucharest and Sofia.

Wizz Air said that it will start new flights from Warsaw to Rome Ciampino complementing its network of currently 17 destinations from the Polish capital. The first flight between Warsaw and Rome Ciampino will take off on 16 September 2008 and will be operated thrice weekly initially. Tickets for the flights are already on sale on the airline’s website from as low as €24.99/79 zloty one-way, all inclusive. Wizz Air offers flights to 5 European destinations from Rome. Passengers can reach Budapest, Cluj, Sofia from RomeFiumicino Airport and Katowice, Bucharest from Rome Ciampino Airport.

Bookings can be made online, at wizzair.com. (easier.com)

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