Wizz Air Operates First Flight Between Bacău Airport in Romania and London-Luton
Today, the airline celebrated their first flight from Bacău Airport, the 11th airport in the carrier’s Romanian network. From October 29, 2020, Wizz will open their seventh Romanian base with flights to Italy, Great Britain, Belgium, Denmark Germany and Cyprus.
On Monday (October 19, 2020), Wizz Air announced the launch of their inaugural flight from Bacău Airport in Romania and London’s Luton Airport. Bacău is the carrier’s eleventh airport served in Romania and the company will open their seventh Romanian base on October 29, 2020 with 13 routes to Italy, Great Britain, Belgium, Denmark, Germany and Cyprus. Travelers from Bacău will now enjoy convenient service to Europe’s most visited city at attractive low fares. By adding WIZZ Flex to their bookings, customers will enjoy added peace of mind with the ability to rebook flights on a different date or destination. In Monday’s announcement, Wizz Air’s Corporate Communications Manager, Paulina Gosk, said,
“We are happy to start the route from Bacău to London Luton. This new service truly marks the democratization of flying in Bacău, as passengers will be able to access affordable fares and safe and comfortable travel. We have dedicated ourselves to keeping the highest standards of our sanitizing protocols for passengers and crew onboard so traveling with Wizz Air remains a swift and pleasant experience. Our friendly and highly skilled crew looks forward to welcoming each WIZZ passenger onboard of our young and modern fleet.”
Wizz Air has introduced a range of enhanced health and safety protocols to ensure the well-being of customers and crew including mandatory facemasks. Customers without masks will not be permitted to board, but the carrier is offering sanitizing kits for sale onboard which includes sanitizing gel, 2 pairs of gloves, 2 masks and 6 sanitizing pads. Wizz Air aircraft also undergo stringent daily cleaning including an industry-leading fogging process with an antiviral solution. The carrier also encourages their guests to make all flight purchases online prior to departure and to make onboard purchases with contactless payment.
Budapest, Hungary-based Wizz Air serves 155 destinations across 45 countries and operates an all Airbus fleet of 124 airbus A320 and A321 aircraft. The airline is the largest low-cost carrier (LCC) in Central and Eastern Europe and operates one of the youngest fleets in the world. Wizz Air offers over 710 routes from 33 bases and served around 40 million guests over the last 12 months. The carrier offers superior guest service at exceptionally low fares and trades on the London Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol WIZZ.
Source: Wizz Air