30. March 2011

Wizz Air opens new routes to Serbia

Wizz Air, the largest low fare – low cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe is establishing 13th operating base in Belgrade, Serbia starting in April 2011. Initially the airline will deploy one brand new Airbus A320 aircraft.

Concurrently, Wizz Air will launch five new routes to Belgrade from Brussels Charleroi, Stockholm-Skvasta,  Munich-Memmingen, Gothenburg and  Eindhoven in addition to the already served London, Dortmund, Rome and Malmo.

FROM Frequency
Brussels Charleroi (Belgium) 2 flights/week
Stockholm-Skvasta  (Sweden) 3 flights/week
Munich-Memmingen (Germany) 2 flights/week
Gothenburg (Sweden) 2 flights/week
Eindhoven (Netherlands) 2 flights/week
From/ Existing Frequency
London-Luton (UK) 4 flights/week
Dortmund (Germany) 3 flights/week
Rome-Fiumicino (Italy) 2 flights/week
Malmo (Sweden) 3 flights/week

Tickets are already on sale on wizzair.com with fares starting from as low as EUR 22,49 (one way, all inclusive).

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