Wizz Air expands operations at London Luton Airport

Wizz Air Expands Operations At London Luton Airport

Wizz Air expands operations at London Luton Airport

Wizz Air has revealed a further expansion of its operations at London Luton Airport with the three brand new routes to the Greek capital Athens, the Icelandic town of Keflavik, in addition to also the Italian port city of Bari, starting in spring 2018.

Wizz Air Expands Operations At London Luton Airport

Frequency will also increase on the route to Larnaca in Cyprus to ten flights per week.

Wizz Air Expands Operations At London Luton Airport

This particular year, Wizz Air continued to invest in its London Luton operations in addition to also has achieved several key milestones in its development inside UK.

Wizz Air Expands Operations At London Luton Airport

These brand new routes are part of the next phase in Wizz’s expansion plans following the establishment of Wizz Air UK in addition to also the increase of its fleet at London Luton in 2018, by one to seven aircraft, including two Airbus A321.

Wizz Air Expands Operations At London Luton Airport

As the second largest airline operating at London Luton, Wizz has carried more than 5.56 million passengers on its low fare routes inside past 12 months, an increase of 11 per cent compared to the previous period.

Wizz Air Expands Operations At London Luton Airport

Following the continuous investment, in 2018, Wizz Air will offer more than 7.4 million seats on sale on 45 routes to 22 countries by London Luton airport, representing 23 per cent growth year on year.

Wizz Air Expands Operations At London Luton Airport

Today’s news brings the total number of brand new London Luton routes announced This particular year to 11, including the services to Larnaca, Tirana, Tallinn, Bratislava in addition to also Lviv.

Wizz Air chief executive, József Váradi, said: “This particular year has been a milestone year for Wizz at London Luton in addition to also we continue to invest in our operations there.

“The brand new routes announced today expand our network by London Luton to 45 routes to 22 countries, giving our customers the opportunity to travel to a wide variety of destinations at the lowest prices.

“Those lowest prices mean we continue to stimulate inbound in addition to also outbound traffic in addition to also allocate capacity to cover unserved routes, further diversifying our network in addition to also consolidating our position at London Luton. 

“We look forward to welcoming ever more passengers onboard one of Europe’s youngest fleets in 2018.”

Wizz Air expands operations at London Luton Airport

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