Wizz Air today announced a new route from Budapest to Berlin-Schoenefeld.
Commencing on 13 March, the newest service will be operated daily.
Today’s announcement follows the commencement of 11 new Budapest routes in 2017. The airline will launch three more Budapest services this year connecting the Hungarian capital with Bordeaux, Agadir and Frankfurt, while flights to Stavanger and Basel will commence in spring 2018. Together with Berlin, starting from 2017 the airline is adding a total of 17 exciting destinations to its Budapest network, which now consists of 67 low-fare routes.
Being the hometown airline of Hungary, Wizz Air currently operates flights from two Hungarian bases in Budapest and Debrecen with a total of 12 aircraft in the country, and two more aircraft to join the Budapest fleet in 2018, increasing the capacity on routes from Hungary to 5,5 million seats. In the past 12 months, more than 4 million passengers flew with Wizz Air to and from Hungary, which represents a 17% growth year over year.
Gabor Vasarhelyi, Corporate Communications Manager at Wizz Air, said:
“2017 has been the year of massive expansion for Wizz Air in Budapest with the announcement and commencement of long-awaited routes to attractive destinations across Europe and beyond. Today we are delighted to announce the addition of another exciting city to our ever-growing Hungarian network.”