Wizz Air Launches New Routes to Turkey

Transport

Discount airline Wizz Air is launching new routes from Hungary to Turkey. The airline will add Istanbul and Antalya to its range of destinations, the latter of which will be available not only from Budapest but also from Debrecen International Airport.

Wizz Air will operate daily flights to Istanbul's premier international airport from Budapest, starting March 31, 2023.

The Budapest-Antalya route will be launched on May 24, with planes taking off every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.

Debrecen-Antalya flight will commence on June 10, with Wizz Air's planes flying every Tuesday and Saturday between the two cities.

"We are delighted to announce three new routes between Hungary and Turkey. With its breathtaking scenery, fascinating history and architecture, Turkey offers a unique experience for all travelers. The new routes also demonstrate how important it is for us to offer our Hungarian passengers affordable prices and greater choice through our ever-expanding network of direct flights. We are looking forward to welcoming our passengers on board our young, efficient, and sustainable aircraft on our flights to Turkey," said Zsuzsa Trubek, communications manager at Wizz Air.
 

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