Posted on: 08 August 2011 by Ross McSweeny
Wizz Air is to launch a new route and increase frequencies on several existing services by adding a fourth Airbus A320 to its Warsaw base as of April 2012.
The new route to Stavanger (Norway) will be initially operated three times a week.
On the increased weekly frequencies, London Luton rises from 21 to 25, Brussels Charleroi 5 to 7, Gothenburg 2 to 3, Stockholm Skavsta 5 to 7, Milan Bergamo 2 to 4, Oslo Sandefjord Torp 3 to 5, Rome Fiumicino 5 to 7, Barcelona 2 to 3 and Eindhoven up from 2 to 3 a week. With the new capacity, Wizz Air will offer 19 routes from Warsaw.
“Since the first Warsaw flight 7 years ago, Wizz Air has carried more than 6 million passengers from/to the Polish capital and has become the number one [low-fare] carrier in the country,” remarked Attila Dankovics, head of marketing and sales at Wizz Air. “The deployment of a fourth aircraft shows our continued commitment towards Warsaw and Poland, and builds on a robust business success and strong customer preference to our airline.”