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Wizz Air to Launch Five New Routes From Vilnius, Bucharest, Milan Malpensa and Rome Fiumicino

Wizz Air will launch new service between Vilnius and Split from June 13th, and from Bucharest to Aarhus starting September 29, 2022. The carrier is also launching several new routes from Italy to Kos and Skiathos in Greece and to Dortmund, Germany from summer 2022.


Wizz Air Airbus A320neo Closeup - Courtesy Wizz Air

On Wednesday (April 6, 2022), Wizz Air announced the launch of new service between Vilnius and Split in Croatia starting June 13, 2022. One way tickets are now available for purchase from €19.99. Split is known for its historic sites, national parks, beaches, cafés and restaurants, and is one of Europe’s most popular holiday destinations. The Dalmatian region in Croatia is the country’s warmest destination and invites travelers to enjoy the wonderful weather from early summer to late autumn.


In Wednesday’s announcement, Wizz Air’s Corporate Communications Manager, Zsuzsa Trubek, said,


“We are happy to offer our clients more new directions across Europe. The direct flight from Vilnius to the pearl of Croatia, Split, is perfect for a spring holiday with the whole family. We are sure that Split will captivate even the most discerning holidaymakers. Split is a wonderful place for a family vacation, enticing with the essential attributes of good rest - the sun and the sea.”


Separately on Wednesday (April 6th), Wizz Air announced the introduction of new service between Bucharest and Aarhus in Denmark with twice weekly flights on Thursdays and Sundays starting September 29, 2022. The new service complements the carrier’s existing service to Copenhagen and Billund, and expands their offer from Bucharest’s Henri Coandă Airport to 57 destinations. Aarhus is ideal year round for a city break or family holiday, with many events and festivals, as well as great shopping, food, culture and historical sites. One-way tickets are now available for purchase on the Bucharest-Aarhus route from €19.99.


Further commenting on the new Bucharest-Aarhus route, Wizz Air’s Zsuzsa Trubek said,


“We are permanently seeking to expand our route network from Romania, offering various destination in Europe and beyond. Aarhus is our newest destination from Bucharest which Romanians can enjoy thanks to our low fares on board our modern aircraft. This news comes just one week after previous new launched routes to Italy and Greece which clearly restates our commitment for the Romanian market and strategy to continue growing on the market. We look forward to welcoming our passengers on board from Bucharest to Aarhus.”


In a third Press release on Wednesday (April 6, 2022), Wizz Air announced the start of new service from Rome Fiumicino to Kos in Greece and Dortmund, Germany, as well as between Milan Malpensa and Skiathos (Greece). Service between Rome and Kos will operate twice weekly on Mondays and Fridays from June 6th, 2022, while flights to Dortmund will operate three times weekly on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays starting September 5, 2022. Wizz Air’s Milan-Skiathos route will operate twice weekly on Tuesdays and Saturdays starting July 5, 2022. One-way fares on the new routes from Italy are now available for purchase from €19.99.

Commenting on the carrier’s new routes from Italy, Wizz Air’s Corporate Communications Manager, Paulina Gosk, said,


“We at Wizz Air are focusing a lot of efforts on Italy and our network in the country. These new routes are intended to facilitate travelers and increase their travel opportunities by supplementing our offer not only to some of the most popular destinations for summer 2022, but also to Germany and the city of Dortmund in particular.”


Budapest, Hungary-based Wizz Air serves over 150 destinations across 44 countries and operates an all Airbus A320 Family fleet of 150 aircraft, with an average age of 5.0 years. Wizz Air is the largest low-cost carrier (LCC) in Central and Eastern Europe offering over 700 routes from 45 bases. During FY 21 (ending March 31, 2021) the airline served approximately 10.2 million guests. Wizz Air offers superior guest service at exceptionally low fares. The company is an investment-grade credit rated airline which trades on the London Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol WIZZ.



Source: Wizz Air

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