Wizz Air’s growth continues unabated, with the airline opening its 6th Italian base in Naples.
Wizz Air will base two Airbus A321 aircraft at Naples, with the airline planning to serve 18 routes to 9 countries. The airline currently serves 8 routes from Naples.
The airline has bases at Milan Malpensa, Catania, Palermo, Bari and Rome Fiumicino. It will be the airlines 44th base.
Planned operations from Naples include (including days and lead-in prices)
|NAPLES – LAMPEDUSA||Monday, Friday||24.99 EUR||30 July 2021|
|NAPLES – MILAN LINATE||Daily,
Double daily as of September
|19.99 EUR||30 July 2021|
|NAPLES – OLBIA||Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Sunday||19.99 EUR||30 July 2021|
|NAPLES – TURIN||Monday, Wednesday, Friday,||9.99 EUR||15 September 2021|
|NAPLES – VERONA||Tuesday, Thursday, Sunday||9.99 EUR||16 September 2021|
|NAPLES – MYKONOS||Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday||19.99 EUR||31 July 2021|
|NAPLES – CHANIA||Monday, Friday||24.99 EUR||30 July 2021|
|NAPLES – SANTORINI||Wednesday, Sunday||24.99 EUR||1 August 2021|
|NAPLES – IBIZA||Daily||24.99 EUR||30 July 2021|
|NAPLES – FUERTEVENTURA||Wednesday, Sunday||34.99 EUR||15 September 2021|
|NAPLES – TENERIFE||Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday||34.99 EUR||16 September 2021|
|NAPLES – LONDON (LUTON)||Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Sunday||29.99 EUR / 26.99 GBP||15 September 2021|
|NAPLES – TALLINN||Monday, Friday||29.99 EUR||17 September 2021|
|NAPLES – PRAGUE||Tuesday, Saturday||19.99 EUR / 529 CZK||18 September 2021|
|NAPLES – TEL AVIV||Wednesday, Sunday||34.99 EUR / 139 ILS||15 September 2021|
|NAPLES – CASABLANCA||Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday||34.99 EUR||16 September 2021|
|NAPLES – REYKJAVIK||Monday, Friday||39.99 EUR||17 September 2021|
|NAPLES – SHARM EL SHEIKH||Saturday||39.99 EUR / 41.99 USD||18 September 2021|
As usual with WizzAir’s pricing, tickets are priced one-way only, including administration fees and one carry-on bag (max: 40x30x20cm).
If you want to take a trolley bag or checked-in baggage, this would be subject to additional charges.
George Michalopoulos, Chief Commercial Officer of Wizz Air Group said:
“I am delighted to announce Wizz Air’s newest base at Naples International Airport and the quadrupling of our capacity at the airport and the quadrupling of our capacity at the airport. Wizz Air’s 6 Italian base together with the basing of 2 Airbus A321neo aircraft and the addition of 18 new routes is a further testament to the airline’s firm plan to establishing itself as the most trusted and sustainable player among Italy’s top 3 airlines.
It is a true honour to serve Italy’s third biggest city and support the ramp up of the local economy and the tourism sector.
Our brand new A321neo aircraft as well as our enhanced protective measures will ensure the best possible sanitary conditions for travellers while operating with the lowest environmental footprint. We look forward welcome passengers back on board with great service and a smile”
Growing out the network
Wizz Air is continuing to adapt its network as conditions change, whilst going on a growth spurt to take advantage of the changing travel conditions.
For the airline, it’s a chance to grow and embed itself in markets that it is new to and to build a presence that can be used to create a challenger network.
And Italy may be the perfect place to do that, given the state of a certain Italian carrier.
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