Posted on: 02 March 2012 by Mark Howells
Volotea, which describes itself as the airline for Europe’s small and mid-sized cities, is to begin service to Budapest Airport on 25 April from its main base at Venice’s Marco Polo airport.
The initial frequency will be three times a week, every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. Volotea will become the only operator on the route and will provide 750 weekly seats on the route, equating to 39,000 seats during its first full year of operations.
"Volotea is born to link, via accessible fares and non-stop flight, Europe’s small and mid-sized cities, because we believe in enabling easy access to destinations of great cultural and economic interest,” commented Loredana Tramontano, Volotea’s International PR and contract manager.