04 Sep 2019
Wizz Air has revealed plans to introduce 15 new destinations starting from the coming summer.
The Hungarian budget airline said the new locations will be accessible from three main cities, being Gdansk (northern Poland), Krakow (southern Poland) and Warsaw (the Polish capital).
These flights will include ones starting in June 2020, from Warsaw to Turku in Finland, Madrid in Spain, Bologna in Italy and Tenerife in the Canary Islands. From the 1st of June, flights from Gdansk to Bari, Italy will be made available too.
From July and August, there will be flights made available from Krakow to Verona, Milan and Bologna in Italy, Barcelona in Spain, Tromso, Stavanger, Bergen, Haugesund and Trondheim in Norway, and flights to London Gatwick.
Moreover, next summer will see Wizz Air’s flights become more regular. There will be seven to ten flights per week from Gdansk to Oslo, three to four to Trondheim, five to seven from Krakow to Rome, and three to four from Warsaw to Kutaisi.
In all of 2020, Wizz Air will be providing 193 routes to 28 countries from a total of nine airports in Poland. This compares with the 178 routes currently available.