Wizz Air to expand in Kyiv

Wizz Air announced that it will base a second Airbus A320 aircraft at its Kyiv base. From August 2017 the airline will operate two new services from Kyiv to Copenhagen in Denmark and Nuremberg in Germany. The new aircraft will also allow Wizz Air to increase the number of weekly flights on the existing routes from Kyiv to Budapest, Dortmund, Cologne, Hamburg, Munich Memmingen as well as the newest service to Bratislava that will commence on 17 December.

wizzThe first international WIZZ flight took off from Kyiv to London Luton in 2008 and since then Wizz Air carried over 4,5 million passengers on its Kyiv routes. Since June 2015 Wizz Air Hungary operates a base in Kyiv. 

With the new services, Wizz Air now offers a total of 16 low-fare routes to eight countries from Kyiv, while the latest announcement represents more than 750,000 seats on Kyiv routes in 2017 which is a 64% growth year over year.  All flights are already on sale and can be booked on wizzair.com from UAH 829*.

WIZZ AIR’S NEWEST ROUTES FROM KYIV

Destination Days Starts Fares from*
Nuremberg Monday, Friday 25 August 2017 UAH 829
Copenhagen Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 26 August 2017 UAH 829

 

WIZZ AIR’S INCREASED FREQUENCIES FROM KYIV

Destination Weekly flights
Budapest Daily from 6
Dortmund 4 from 3
Cologne 3 from 2
Bratislava 4 from 2
Hamburg 3 from 2
Munich Memmingen 4 from 3

 

Speaking at a press conference Kyiv, Tamara Vallois, Wizz Air’s Head of Communications, said: ”Our commitment to Ukraine is today once again underlined by further investment of Wizz Air into our Kyiv base and announcement of a second based aircraft from August.  We are thrilled about continuing our growth in the country and offering very low fares and excellent services to our ever-expanding customer base of Ukrainian passengers and their visitors. Our capacity increase will create a number of new jobs at Wizz Air as well as in associated services and industries in Ukrainian capital and we expect to see many passengers on board of our planes”.

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