Posted on: 13 June 2013 by Mark Howells
Wizz Air is to offer two new twice-weekly services from Moldova’s capital Chisinau to Rome and Venice beginning on 24 September.
Operating on Tuesdays and Saturdays, flights on these routes from Chisinau to Rome Ciampino and Venice Treviso are already on sale.
"Wizz Air is delighted to welcome Moldova in the growing list of countries that benefit from our incredible low fares,” remarked the carrier’s chief commercial officer, Gyorgy Abran. “The EU Open Skies agreement results in consumer friendly competition and we welcome that Moldova joined Europe’s Common Aviation Area, which eventually will lead to passenger traffic and tourism growth. Wizz Air is committed to deliver low fares to Moldovan people and their visitors and we expect to carry over 60,000 passengers on our two routes between Chisinau and Italy.”
Photo shows the Prime Minister of the Republic of Moldova, Iurie Leanca (left) and Wizz Air’s chief commercial officer, Gyorgy Abran, celebrate the airline’s new routes to Moldova.