Wizz Air celebrates today the opening of a new WIZZ station at Zaporizhzhia International Airport and commencement of its first scheduled flight from Zaporizhzhia to Budapest.
This great milestone brings Budapest closer to Zaporizhzhia passengers and provides them with affordable travel opportunities to discover iconic sights and places of the Hungarian capital. In upcoming weeks Wizz Air will launches 6 more already announced routes from Zaporizhzhia to Dortmund, Gdansk, Wroclaw, Vienna, Krakow and Vilnius. Moreover, Wizz Air has one more exciting news for Zaporizhzhia travelers: starting from October 2020, they will be able to discover Italy’s greatest city of Milan. And with today’s WIZZ offer of 20% off on flights to/from Italy, the passengers can already start planning their next vacation at one of Europe’s greatest beach destinations and finally book that desired trip! By further extending its Ukrainian route network, Wizz Air will connect exciting European destinations with a city in the south-eastern part of Ukraine, offering 77 routes to 15 countries from five Ukrainian airports.
Volodymyr Buriak, Zaporizhzhia City Mayor, said: “Today our airport has accommodated the first direct flight from Budapest operated by a low-cost airline Wizz Air. This is the “first swallow” connecting Zaporizhzhia with European countries. More exciting routes, Dortmund, Gdansk, Krakow, Wroclaw, Vilnius, Vienna will be launched in upcoming weeks. Just today Wizz Air shared a great news and announced a new route from Zaporizhzhia to Milan Malpensa starting in October 2020. The opening of new services from Zaporizhzhia Inernational Airport is a great milestone as we have built a modern European style terminal which will start operating soon. I want to open a whole world to Zaporizhzhia citizens and show the beauty of our city to Zaporizhzhia visitors. What is more important – thanks to affordable tickets, new flights will become available to even more people.”