The airline will launch seven new routes from Poland for summer 2021 with service to Bulgaria, Croatia and Greece. Wizz Air is also launching once-weekly service between Bourgas and Wroclaw starting June 19, 2021.
On Friday (January 22, 2021), Wizz Air announced the launch of seven new routes from Poland from June 2021 including service to Bulgaria, Croatia and Greece. The airline is also launching once-weekly summer service between Bourgas, Bulgaria and Wroclaw on Poland, which will be operated on Saturdays. From Poland, Wizz will offer twice-weekly flights from Warsaw and Krakow to the Greek Islands of Crete and Santorini. Additionally, the carrier will launch two weekly flights between Gdansk and Split on the eastern shore of the Adriatic Sea as well as twice-weekly service from Katowice to Corfu. In Friday’s announcement on new routes from Poland, Wizz Air’s Chief Commercial Officer, George Michalopoulos, said,
“Today we are delighted to underline our strong commitment to Poland by announcing seven new routes from five Polish cities. To attractive destinations in Greece, Bulgaria and Croatia. With today’s announcement we are bringing Polish travelers more opportunities to enjoy long-awaited holidays this summer. Thanks to Wizz Air’s enhanced health measures onboard, passengers can enjoy travel while feeling safe and comfortable.”
In a separate press release on Friday, Wizz Air further announced the launch on new once-weekly service between Bourgas, Bulgaria and the western Polish town of Wroclaw. Bourgas on the Bulgarian Black Sea coast is known for beautiful architecture and dozens of historical sights, while Wroclaw is the largest and one of the most charming cities in western Poland. Many of the buildings in the city’s old town are painted with bright colors that reflect Wroclaw’s youthful and creative vibe. The city is also inhabited by gnomes, with over 300 of the small statues scattered throughout the city. Speaking on the new summer route, Wizz Air’s Corporate Communications Manager, Andras Rado, added,
“Although travel is currently restricted y government regulations, our team is devoted to developing its presence in Bulgaria, while complying to all national safety regulations. We are delighted to add a new summer connection today to our network from Bourgas while keeping ourselves to the highest standards of sanitizing protocols. We are confident that Wizz Air’s ultra-low fares and great route network will contribute to the ramp up of Bulgaria’s tourism sector in the busiest summer season. Our enhanced protective measures will ensure the most sanitary conditions possible on Europe’s greenest fleet.”
Budapest, Hungary-based Wizz Air serves 155 destinations across 45 countries and operates an all Airbus fleet of 134 A320 and A320/21neo Family aircraft, with an average age of five years. Wizz Air is the largest low-cost carrier (LCC) in Central and Eastern Europe offering over 710 routes from 38 bases. During FY 20 (ending March 31, 2020) the airline served approximately 40 million guests. Wizz Air offers superior guest service at exceptionally low fares and trades on the London Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol WIZZ.
Source: Wizz Air