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Wizz Air to open base in Kosice

Transport

Hungarian low-cost airlines Wizz Air is scheduled to open a base in Kosice, Slovakia, on June 5, three months ahead of schedule, the company announced today.

Once the new base is opened, Wizz Air will launch flights to Milan Bergamo and Doncaster Sheffield, while adding more flights to London Luton, the press statement said.

Currently Wizz Air has 20 bases and flies to 110 destinations in 38 countries. Last year, it carried 15.8 million passengers, Hungarian news agency MTI said.

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