Wizz Air, the largest airline in Romania and one of the fastest growing companies in Europe today announced that it will continue expanding its operations in Romania, adding a new aircraft to its base in Bucharest.
The new Airbus A321 will join the fleet in June 2020, thus increasing the number of aircraft from Bucharest to 12.
At the same time, starting in June 2020, Wizz Air will launch a new attractive route from Bucharest to Lyon, France, and will increase weekly frequencies. to some of the most popular destinations, Milan and Turin in Italy and Tel Aviv in Israel.
The newest destination, Lyon, is a mixture of culture, gastronomy and the romantic atmosphere of France. The third largest city in the country offers so much activity that you will not want to leave there too soon!
Discover traditional restaurants, where you can enjoy Lyon’s culinary specialties, and be amazed by the most beautiful French architectures or stroll along the banks of the Rhône and Saône rivers.
Wizz Air expands in Bucharest
WIZZ is constantly expanding its network in Romania. Just a month ago the company announced new destinations in Bucharest: London Southend and Edinburgh, which gives Romanian passengers more opportunities to travel to England and Scotland.
Wizz Air’s commitment to customers in Romania is also underlined by the strong growth at the other nine Romanian airports. With a network of 148 routes in Romania, WIZZ will have for sale almost 11 million seats on its flights from Romania in 2020, which represents an increase of 10 percent from year to year.
WIZZ operations in our country not only offer access to the lowest rates between Romania and the rest of Europe, but also stimulate the local job market in the aviation and tourism sectors, supporting over 7,400 jobs this year in the associated industries in all the country.
With the latest expansion of its local fleet, by 2020, Wizz Air will have 28 aircraft allocated to bases in Romania and over 1,000 employees, which provide excellent service on every flight. Wizz Air now offers 148 routes to 20 countries from ten Romanian airports and recently celebrated the 50 million passenger transported in Romania and the 20 million passenger transported in Bucharest. Both received a EUR 250 voucher for Wizz Air flights from the company.