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Wizz Air annouces three new routes from Budapest: Ibiza, Liverpool and Reykjavik

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Wizz Air today announced further growth of its low fare route network and launched three new services from Budapest to Liverpool and Reykjavik, commencing in March as well as a Budapest-Ibiza service commencing in June.

With this announcement, Wizz Air is now expanding its Hungarian offer by adding a 23rd country to its network, Iceland. Reykjavik is considered one of the safest, greenest and cleanest capitals in the world, and is a very popular tourist destination, thanks to various cultural events and places of interest. 

Ibiza, another new Wizz Air destination from Budapest, will be operated as a summer service from 18 June until 17 September.

Liverpool is the fourth UK destination (along with London Luton, Birmingham and Glasgow) now accessible from Budapest.

József Váradi, Chief Executive Officer of Wizz Air said:

“I am happy to announce today three new routes from Budapest to such attractive destinations as Reykjavik, Liverpool and Ibiza.  Since 2004 when the airline took off for the first time, we have earned the loyalty and trust of almost 16 million passengers on our Hungarian route network, while closing 2015 with a record of 2.9 million passengers carried.  We continue to enhance our customer experience while offering our lowest possible fares to the market. We encourage our customers to tailor their travel experience with WIZZ according to their own needs. Our very low fares will meet your needs if you are traveling on a budget, and if you seek extra comfort, you can benefit from our numerous enhancement products and services. The newest routes give our passengers a great choice of summer vacation destinations, as well as attract more tourists to Hungary and help further establish Budapest’s position of being one of the best cities in the world. “

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