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Wizz Air to Launch New Service Between Suceava, Romania and Tel Aviv

Wizz Air will launch new service between Suceava, Romania and Tel Aviv from January 9, 2022. The route will be operated twice weekly on Mondays and Fridays with one-way fares from €29.99 (149 RON).


Wizz Air Airbus A321neo - Courtesy Wizz Air

On Thursday (November 17, 2022), Wizz Air announced the launch of new service between Suceava Ştefan cel Mare International Airport and Ben Gurion International Airport in Tel Aviv, Israel. The route will be operated twice weekly on Mondays and Fridays From January 9, 2023 with one-way fares from €29.99 (149 RON). The new service is the carrier’s first route between Suceava and the Middle East, adding to up to 12 existing routes in Europe. Wizz Air will also open a new base in Suceava in early 2023, with two new aircraft that will support previously announced routes to Paris-Beauvais (France), Brussels-Charleroi (Belgium), Venice-Treviso (Italy), Larnaca (Cyprus) and Eindhoven (Netherlands). The carrier will also increase frequencies to Bologna, Milan-Bergamo and Rome-Fiumicino (Italy).


In Thursday’s announcement, Wizz Air’s Corporate Communications Manager, Daria Sergeeva, said,


“We are excited to announce yet another route from our soon-to-be new base in Suceava. With the latest route expansion from the city, frequency increases and two aircraft allocated, Wizz Air is committed to supporting Romania’s regional airports and the local job market. By the end of this year, we will host three recruitment events in Suceava alone. We are looking forward to welcoming more passengers on the newest route departing from Suceava to Tel Aviv!”


Budapest, Hungary-based Wizz Air is the fastest growing European low-cost carrier (LCC) and operates an all Airbus A320 and A321 fleet of 153 aircraft. Wizz Air is the largest LCC in Central and Eastern Europe and offering over 1,100 routes to/from 51 countries. During FY 22 (ending March 31, 2022) the airline served approximately 27.1 million guests. Wizz Air offers superior guest service at exceptionally low fares. Shares in the company trade on the London Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol WIZZ.



Source: Wizz Air

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