Wizz Air continues to expand its Polish network, with plans to expand out of three airports in the region.
For summer 2020, the airline will base four of its fleet in Poland. The net result is the launch of 15 new routes out of Gdansk, Krakow and Warsaw, as well as increase weekly frequencies – a total of 24 extra incremental weekly flights to its Polish schedule.
This will push up Wizz Air to having 13 million seats on sale for its 2020 Polish operations.
The planned additions are as follows:
In addition, Gdansk will get a major uplift in its operations, whilst Krakow and Warsaw getting smaller gains
Stephen Jones, Deputy CEO and Managing Director Wizz Air Hungary, said: “
Following the recent deployment of the 3rd based aircraft at Krakow Airport and announcement of new routes in Gdanskk and Warsaw, we are thrilled to announce further expansion of our Polish operations. By adding 4 new aircraft followed by 13 new routes to our Polish fleet we create a number of local jobs with the airline and our business partners while bringing more opportunities to the country. We are sure that our loyal Polish customers will welcome the extended offer of attractive destinations and affordable travel options and we are also confident that our low fares will attract more visitors to Polish cities, which could stimulate tourism and hospitality industries. We stay committed to Poland and keep on offering the lowest possible fares and an excellent value service on each WIZZ flight.”
Tickets for the new routes are on sale now (with lead-in pricing varying)
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