• Joe Breitfeller

Wizz Air Expands Footprint in Bucharest, Launches New Service to Prague and Seville

Updated: Jan 11, 2020

On Wednesday, Wizz Air announced that their new A321, which will be delivered in July 2020, will be based in Bucharest, bringing their domiciled fleet at Bucharest to 13. The airline also announced new service to Prague and Seville.

Wizz Air Airbus A321 - Courtesy Wizz Air

Romanian carrier Wizz Air announced yesterday the expansion of their domiciled fleet in Bucharest, with the addition of a new Airbus A321 entering the fleet in July 2020. The new aircraft will bring the airline’s Bucharest-based fleet to 13. Additionally, the fast growing budget airline announced new service to Prague in the Czech republic and Seville, Spain. Wizz will offer the only connection between Bucharest and the Andalusian city of Seville.

Prague is an extremely popular tourist destination in Europe, ranking among the top 10 visited capitals. With historic landmarks such as the Charles Bridge on the Vltava River and Prague Castle, along with the beautiful old town square, Prague has something to offer for everyone. Foodies will appreciate a rich and vibrant culinary culture, not to mention some of the world’s greatest beers. Likewise, Seville offers rich history with landmarks such as the Giralda (the Seville Cathedral bell tower), the Basilica of La Macarena and the Centro Ceramica Triana, along with the natural beauty of the Guadalquivir River and numerous enchanting gardens. Naturally, the Andalusian capital of Spain offers the ultimate in sensory overload with the tastes, sights and sounds of the very best in Spanish culture.

One of the fastest growing airlines in Europe, Wizz recently introduced service from Bucharest to London Southend, Edinburgh and Lyon, France. With next summer’s new A321 delivery, Wizz Air will have a Romania-based fleet of 30 aircraft. Currently, the carrier offers service to 153 destinations in 20 countries from 10 Romanian Airports. Wizz Air’s 2020 schedule will represent a ten percent increase in capacity, year-over-year.

Source: Wizz Air