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Wizz Air añade un 2º avión en VNO

Mensaje  RdL el Miér 07 Sep 2011, 15:20

Wizz Air añade un 2º avión en Vilna (VNO)

  • Cuatro nuevas rutas en la base de Vilna: Beauvais, Liverpool, Bergen y Oslo-Torp.
  • Frecuencias adicionales a Eindhoven y Luton.

Wizz Air adds a 2nd aircraft to its Vilnius base

7/9/2011
Wizz Air, the largest low fare - low cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe announced today that it would launch four new routes and increase frequencies on several existing services by adding a second Airbus A320 aircraft to its Vilnius base as of May 2012.

On top of the 8 current destinations, Wizz Air introduces four new routes to Liverpool (UK), Paris Beauvais (France), Oslo Sandefjord Torp and Bergen (Norway), and also increases frequencies on 2 existing routes from the 27th of May 2012:

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Re: Hilo oficial de Wizz Air

Mensaje  Admin el Sáb 10 Sep 2011, 22:05

Actualización de la lista de bases:
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Wizz Air prevee un crecimiento en Rumanía en 2012

Mensaje  RdL el Jue 06 Oct 2011, 17:50

Nota de prensa del pasado lunes 3 de Octubre,

Wizz Air espera crecer el tráfico de pasajeros en Rumanía entre un 15%-20% en 2012:

Wizz Air Sees Passenger Traffic in Romania 15%-20% Up in 2012

Oct 4, 2011
BUCHAREST (Romania), October 3 - Hungarian no-frills carrier Wizz Air expects its passengers on flights to and from Romania to rise by 15% to 20% next year, Bucharest-based media reported on Monday.

The company expects to transport 3.2 million passengers on flights to and from Romania in 2012 compared to 2.6 million this year, Romanian daily Ziarul Financiar quoted Wizz Air vice president John Stephenson as saying.

Wizz Air operates from bases in Poland, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Serbia and Ukraine.

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Wizz Air reduce su capacidad en BBU

Mensaje  RdL el Vie 07 Oct 2011, 10:40

Wizz Air reduce sus operaciones en Bucarest Baneasa

Wizz Air reduce sus operaciones en Bucarest-Baneasa un 10% durante la próxima Temporada de Invierno debido a restricciones de operatividad nocturna, según explica la compañía en un comunicado de prensa. En consecuencia, los vuelos programados a Alicante y Larnaca serán cancelados, además de reducir su oferta con Madrid y Luton.

Wizz Air is forced to cancel 10% of its flights in Bucharest
due to night curfew enforcement

07/10/2011
Wizz Air, the largest low cost – low fare airline in Romania and in Central and Eastern Europe has been forced to cancel 10% and reschedule 75% of its winter timetable to/from Bucharest Baneasa Airport, owing to an airport decision to change the night curfew enforcement. The restrictions mean that, with effect from 29 October, flights will not be permitted to operate between 22:00 and 06:00.

Due to this restriction in Baneasa Airport, we have been forced to reschedule 75% and cancel 10% of our winter flights. According to our estimates, the airport will lose some 40.000 departing Wizz Air passengers in the winter season. The new restriction will affect Wizz Air passengers most, as we have the greatest passenger traffic in Baneasa and in Romania. Wizz Air is one of the few companies that continues to grow and invest in Romania, but that strategy will need to be reconsidered given the restrictions in Baneasa airport and plans to further restrict operations next year” - said György Abrán, Chief Commercial Officer of Wizz Air.

The numbers of services to London Luton and Madrid have been reduced and services to Larnaca and Alicante have been suspended for the winter season.

All Wizz Air passengers will be notified about the new schedule by e-mail or by telephone, according to the contact details they have entered in their reservation. Affected passengers will have the possibility to rebook their flights, use the equivalent amount on other Wizz Air flights/services or get a refund.

Wizz Air is disappointed that such a large number of customers will suffer changes in their travel plans at late notice due to this restriction and will do its best to minimize the inconveniences caused by the airport’s restrictions.

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Wizz Air añade un 6º avión en BBU

Mensaje  RdL el Jue 17 Nov 2011, 07:30

Recopilando una noticia de la semana pasada...

Wizz Air añadirá un sexto avión en Bucarest Baneasa (BBU)

  • Operativo a partir de junio de 2012.
  • Nueva ruta a Verona (3 frecuencias semanales) a partir del 23 de junio de 2012.
  • Frecuencias adicionales sobre rutas existentes.

Wizz Air adds 6th aircraft to its Bucharest base

10/11/2011
Wizz Air, the largest low fare - low cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe, announced today that it would launch a new route and increase frequencies on several existing ones by adding a sixth Airbus A320 aircraft to its Bucharest Baneasa base as of June 2012.

The new route to Verona (Italy) will be operated initially three times per week from 23 June 2012, while services to Milan Bergamo, Venice Treviso, Madrid, Dortmund, Bari, Cuneo Turin, Catania, Forli Bologna and Pisa will all be operated more frequently versus last summer:

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With this new capacity, Wizz Air will serve 20 destinations from Bucharest next summer.

Wizz Air is Romania’s single largest airline by now with well over 2,5 million passengers to be carried in 2011. Next year we will have a fleet of 10 most modern Airbus A320 aircraft operating from our four bases: Bucharest, Cluj-Napoca, Timisoara and Tirgu Mures, an investment of around half a billion Euros. Not only that, but we created about 3,000 jobs in the country and have become an essential part of Romania’s transport infrastructure,” – said József Váradi, Chief Executive Officer of Wizz Air. “The deployment of this latest aircraft signals Wizz Air’s continued commitment to the development of Romania,” – he added.

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Wizz Air aumenta un 20% su capacidad en TSR

Mensaje  RdL el Jue 17 Nov 2011, 16:45

Wizz Air incrementa un 20% su capacidad en Timisoara (TSR)

A partir del 27 de marzo de 2012, Wizz Air añade una frecuencia en Dortmund y desde el 23 de junio en Beauvais, Forli, Luton y Roma-Fiumicino.

Wizz Air increases capacity by 20% in Timisoara

17/11/2011
Wizz Air, the largest low fare – low cost airline in Romania and in in Central and Eastern Europe further develops its operations in Timisoara Airport by increasing capacity on a number of routes.
Starting from 27 March Wizz Air will increase services to Dortmund (Germany) and from 23 June 2012 to Paris Beauvais (France), London Luton (UK), Forli Bologna and Rome Fiumicino (Italy).

With these service improvements, Wizz Air will increase its capacity in Timisoara by 20% next summer and, as a result now expected to carry over 400,000 passengers to/from the airport in 2012.

I am pleased to announce this increase in capacity and improvements in services to key destinations. This latest expansion is a further proof of our commitment to the Romanian market and specifically to the Banat region. The expansion of our affordable services to the major European destinations is welcome news to the people living in Timisoara and the surrounding countries. The resulting increases in air traffic will also have a further positive effect on the local businesses and employment,” – said John Stephenson, Executive Vice President of Wizz Air.

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Wizz Air restablece conexiones

Mensaje  RdL el Miér 23 Nov 2011, 18:40

Wizz Air restablece sus dos enlaces en Lviv (Ucrania)

Con el inicio de la Temporada de Verano 2012, Wizz Air restablece sus conexiones entre Lviv-Dortmund y Lviv-Treviso, una vez las obras de pista de Lviv han sido finalizadas.

Además, Wizz Air abandona el aeropuerto de Niederrhein (Weeze), dejando de operar su única conexión con Budapest el 9 de enero de 2012. Por otro lado, Wizz Air restablecerá el enlace entre Budapest y Dortmund a partir del 13 de enero de 2012.

Wizz Air Ukraine reinstates flights from Lviv Airport

22/11/2011
Wizz Air, the largest low fare – low cost airline in Ukraine and in Central and Eastern Europe announced today that it would restart operations in Western Ukraine following the successful completion of runway reconstruction works at Lviv International Airport.

Starting in March 2012, the airline will reinstate two popular routes previously flown from Lviv: to Dortmund (Germany) and to Venice Treviso (Italy).

Lviv is expecting a sharp increase in the number of foreign visitors in 2012, starting with the EURO 2012 Football Championships, so modernization of the airport infrastructure, resulting in an improved travel experience, is well-timed,” - said Sergii Dementiev, Director General of Wizz Air Ukraine. “The reintroduction of these popular German and Italian destinations will also create a truly affordable and convenient travel opportunity for many Ukrainians working abroad or travelling for business or leisure purposes,” – he added.

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Wizz Air anuncia dos nuevas rutas

Mensaje  RdL el Miér 30 Nov 2011, 21:25

Wizz Air anuncia dos nuevas rutas que conectarán Gdañsk con Haugesund y Trondheim a partir de abril de 2012. Además incrementa el número de frecuencias con Oslo-Torp/Sandefjord:

Wizz Air adds new routes from Poland to Norway

30/11/2011
Wizz Air, the largest low fare - low cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe announced today that it would open two new services from Gdansk to Norway, namely to Trondheim and Haugesund, starting April 2012. The new services will operate twice per week initially.

In addition, services from Gdansk to Oslo Sandefjord Torp will increase from 3 to 6 times per week.

With the addition of Trondheim and Haugesund to its network, Wizz Air offers flights to 22 major European cities from Gdansk, five of which are in Norway.

With these additions, the total number of Wizz Air routes from Poland will increase to 79 in the coming summer season. On top of this, Wizz Air becomes the largest carrier between Poland and Norway with 35 weekly flights. We are committed to continue building on the popularity of Wizz Air’s brand in Poland, and are thrilled to offer an ever expanding network, at truly affordable prices. This will further strengthen Wizz Air’s market leadership position in Poland and drive customer satisfaction.” – said John Stephenson, Executive Vice President of Wizz Air.

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Wizz Air anuncia una nueva ruta

Mensaje  RdL el Jue 01 Dic 2011, 12:50

Wizz Air anuncia una nueva ruta que conectará Bucharest con Palma de Mallorca a partir del 23 de junio de 2012 con dos frecuencias semanales:

Wizz Air adds Palma de Mallorca to its list of
destinations served from Bucharest

30/11/2011
Wizz Air, the largest low fare - low cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe, announced today that it would open a new route from Bucharest to Palma de Mallorca (Spain) from 23 June 2012.

Palma de Mallorca is the capital city of the autonomous region of the Balearic Islands and one of the most attractive summer destinations in Europe. Over 10 million tourists visit the island every year in search of Sun, Sea and Sand. The Wizz Air service will be operated twice a week initially (Monday’s and Friday’s).

With this new service and the one to Verona announced earlier this month, the number of destinations served from Bucharest by Wizz Air will be 21 next summer.

Wizz Air plans to carry close to 1,5 million passengers to and from Bucharest in 2011, that reflects an impressive 40% year on year growth. The recently announced deployment of the 6th aircraft to Bucharest base next year, and the introduction of new routes shows Wizz Air’s continued commitment to Romania and its capital,” – said John Stephenson, Executive Vice President of Wizz Air.

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Wizz Air transportó 11 millones de pasajeros en 2011 (+15%)

Mensaje  RdL el Lun 09 Ene 2012, 20:50

Wizz Air transportó 11 millones de pasajeros en 2011 (+15%) con un factor de ocupación del 84%:

Wizz Air carried 11 million passengers in 2011,
a growth of 15%

05/01/2012
Wizz Air, the largest low fare - low cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe announced today that it carried over 11 million passengers in 2011, representing 15% growth year on year. Average load factor reached over 84%, in line with previous years.

The airline opened three new operating bases in 2011: Belgrade in Serbia, Vilnius in Lithuania and Tirgu Mures in Romania. Currently, Wizz Air operates from 15 bases and offers over 200 routes across Europe.

The carrier employs 1,500 people in Poland, Hungary, Bulgaria, Romania, Ukraine, Czech Republic, Serbia, Lithuania and Switzerland. In addition, the company has created approximately 11,000 jobs in industries that serve or benefit from Wizz Air's operation.

"Despite a challenging macro-economic environment, Wizz Air delivered 15% growth in 2011, one of the highest in the European airline industry. Wizz Air is the true champion of great value for money, making air travel affordable and exciting for more and more people every year. We will continue to expand our operations with the addition of more markets and airports to our route network in 2012," said József Váradi, Chief Executive Officer of Wizz Air.

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Wizz Air anuncia una nueva ruta

Mensaje  RdL el Lun 09 Ene 2012, 20:50

Wizz Air anuncia una nueva ruta que conectará Katowice con Stavanger a partir del 25 de abril de 2012 con dos frecuencias semanales:

Wizz Air adds Stavanger to its network from Katowice

09/01/2012
Starting 25 April 2012, Wizz Air, the largest low fare – low cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe, adds Stavanger (Norway) to its destinations accessible from Katowice airport. The new Katowice – Stavanger service will operate initially 2 times a week on Wednesdays and Sundays.

The airline now offers access to 20 major European cities from Katowice, the home of Wizz Air’s first scheduled flight in 2004.

By adding this new route from Katowice, Wizz Air becomes the biggest operator between Poland and Norway, flying 34 weekly frequencies connecting the two countries.

Wizz Air is committed to growing its route network in Poland and is pleased to offer an increase in services offered from Katowice airport. Adding the Stavanger route opens a gate to one of the most important industrial hubs of Norway from the Katowice/Krakow area,” said John Stephenson, Executive Vice President of Wizz Air.

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Wizz Air abrirá base en Modlin (Varsovia)

Mensaje  RdL el Mar 31 Ene 2012, 21:55

Wizz Air ofrecerá una rueda de prensa mañana miércoles 1 de febrero, para anunciar su nueva base en el aeropuerto de Modlin (Varsovia). La primera de las dos aerolíneas que tienen interés en abrir una base en este aeropuerto.

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Re: Hilo oficial de Wizz Air

Mensaje  RdL el Miér 01 Feb 2012, 14:15

Wizz Air prepara su traspaso al aeropuerto de Modlin con las mismas rutas que hasta ahora mantiene en el Chopin de Varsovia -ya se deja ver en el mapa de rutas-.

Wizz Air to move operations to Warsaw Modlin Airport

02/02/2012
Wizz Air, the largest low fare – low cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe announced today that it would move its entire Warsaw based operations to the soon to open Warsaw Modlin Airport as of 18 July 2012.

Wizz Air took the decision to move its Warsaw network and operational base from Chopin Airport to Warsaw Modlin in order to reduce fares on the market. The Warsaw Modlin Airport is conveniently situated north of the capital, about a 40 minute drive from the city center. The new airport will operate on a 24/7 basis and will allow Wizz Air to fly its schedule more efficiently without the operational constraints that exist in the main airport. Most importantly, costs associated with Warsaw Modlin Airport operations will be significantly lower, enabling the airline to slash fares for the travelling public. These considerations reinforce Wizz Air’s commitment to customers to offer an exceptional travel experience at truly affordable fares.

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Wizz Air añade dos aviones en BUD

Mensaje  RdL el Lun 06 Feb 2012, 16:55

Wizz Air añade dos aviones en Budapest (seis en total), aumentando la capacidad de su base en un 66% (frecuencias adicionales en rutas existentes, junto una nueva ruta entre Budapest y Bucharest) a partir de marzo de 2012:

Wizz Air invests HUF 25 billion in its Budapest operation

700 new jobs, 2 additional aircraft, 2 million passengers per year

03/02/2012
Wizz Air, the largest low fare - low cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe announced today that it would invest HUF 25 billion (USD 100 million) into expanding its operations in Budapest. As of March 2012, the airline will add two Airbus A320 aircraft to its Budapest base, a 66% increase in overall capacity.

Wizz Air has increased its projections for the number of passengers carried yearly from 1.4 million to 2 million. This will result in the addition of approximately 700 new (direct and associated) jobs in Hungary. The airline will launch one new route and increase frequencies on several existing routes. The number of available flights per week will nearly double from 67 to 129.

The Budapest-Bucharest flight will initially operate three times per week. With the addition of three flights to London Luton, Wizz Air will now offer triple daily service. Flights to Eindhoven and Brussels Charleroi will double in frequency, now operating twice daily. The frequency of flights to Madrid, Barcelona, Rome, Milan, and Malmo will also double and be available at least daily.

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Wizz Air: rotaciones en Modlin/Varsovia

Mensaje  RdL el Lun 06 Feb 2012, 17:50

Un artículo detallado, publicado en anna.aero, acerca de la operatividad de Wizz Air en Modlin:

Wizz Air’s rotation plans for Modlin
(moving from Warsaw in July)

3rd February 2012
Wizz Air has become the first airline to confirm that it will operate from the new Warsaw Modlin Airport when it opens later this year. The Budapest-based carrier will shift all of its capacity (and four A320s) from Warsaw Chopin Airport to Modlin from 18 July. A total of 19 destinations will be served across 10 countries with 90 weekly departures.

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The United Kingdom is the leading country market with 32 weekly departures followed by Italy and Sweden both with 13. All of these routes will also be served by Wizz Air from Warsaw Chopin airport this summer, until 18 July. The newest addition to the network is Stavanger. Flights to the Norwegian city will begin on 27 March.

No flights scheduled to return after 23:00
A close examination of the airline’s planned schedule for its four Modlin based aircraft reveals that each aircraft operates three return flights every day, with the exception of one aircraft which manages four return flights (to Forli, Malmo, Eindhoven and Gothenburg) on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. These four aircraft account for 87 weekly departures from Modlin. The remaining three weekly flights (to Bourgas) are operated as a ‘W’ by an aircraft based elsewhere across Wizz Air’s extensive network of Central and Eastern European bases. The only services to depart before 06:00 are to Madrid (at 05:00) and Forli (at 05:35).

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Wizz Air anuncia diez nuevas rutas en BUD

Mensaje  RdL el Mar 07 Feb 2012, 18:50

Wizz Air anuncia diez nuevas rutas en Budapest para la Temporada de Verano 2012:

  • Budapest (BUD) - Cluj Napoca (CLJ): 3x/sem [2/4/6] - A partir del 3 de abril
  • Budapest (BUD) - Heraklion (HER): 1x/sem [6] - A partir del 16 de junio
  • Budapest (BUD) - Larnaca (LCA): 2x/sem [3/7] - A partir del 4 de abril
  • Budapest (BUD) - Málaga (AGP): 1x/sem [5] - A partir del 6 de abril;
    2x/sem [1/5] - A partir del 11 de junio
  • Budapest (BUD) - Rhodes (RHO): 1x/sem [6] - A partir del 16 de junio
  • Budapest (BUD) - Sofia (SOF): 3x/sem [2/4/6] - A partir del 3 de abril
  • Budapest (BUD) - Tesalónica (SKG): 2x/sem [2/6] - A partir del 3 de abril
  • Budapest (BUD) - Varsovia (WAW): 4x/sem [1/3/5/7] - A partir del 2 de abril;
    Operativo hasta el 16 de julio
  • Budapest (BUD) - Modlin, Varsovia (WMI): 4x/sem [1/3/5/7] - A partir del 18 de julio
  • Budapest (BUD) - Zakynthos (ZTH): 1x/sem [6] - A partir del 16 de junio

    Junto al ya anunciado:
  • Budapest (BUD) - Bucarest Baneasa (BBU): 2x/sem [1/5] - A partir del 2 de marzo;
    4x/sem [1/3/5/7] - A partir del 25 de marzo

Wizz Air adds 10 new routes from Budapest base

-Total of 33 destinations and 2.5 million seats-

07/02/2012
Wizz Air, the largest low fare - low cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe, announced today that it would bring a sixth aircraft to its base in Budapest and will open 10 new routes in the coming months, bringing the total to 33 destinations served. This latest phase of the airline’s recent expansion in the Hungarian capital increases capacity to over 2.5 million seats a year.

The sixth in a series of recently announced additional aircraft will begin operating as of early April 2012, with new routes to Malaga (Spain), Bucharest and Cluj (Romania), Warsaw (Poland), Sofia (Bulgaria), Larnaca (Cyprus), and Heraklion, Zakynthos, Rhodes, Thessaloniki (Greece). With these newest additions and the capacity increase announced last week, Wizz Air has now added more than a million new seats to their network. These new routes are already on sale at wizzair.com.

In addition to these new routes, Wizz Air is now offering an unprecedented deal to passengers throughout its network - 2500 seats are on sale now for HUF 2500 (approx. 9EUR).

Wizz Air also aims to start services to non-European Union markets such as Tel Aviv, Kiev, Moscow, and Istanbul, subject to designation and regulatory approval.

In light of the airline’s growth in Budapest, Wizz Air is in the process of recruiting 100 additional local staff, bringing its total employee count close to 400 in Hungary. In addition, approximately 2,000 jobs have been created in service industries that support Wizz Air’s operation.

Wizz Air has a long history of successful operations in Hungary and this further expansion demonstrated our continuing commitment. Over the past 8 years we have earned the trust and loyalty of our passengers and now even more consumers will benefit from our low fares and efficient service.” - said József Váradi, Chief Executive Officer of Wizz Air.

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Wizz Air anuncia una nueva ruta

Mensaje  RdL el Jue 09 Feb 2012, 19:05

Wizz Air anuncia una nueva ruta:

  • Vilnius (VNO) - Stavanger (SVG): 2x/sem [3/7] - A partir del 27 de mayo

Wizz Air launches new service to Stavanger from Vilnius

08/02/2012
As of 27 May 2012, Wizz Air, the largest low fare – low cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe, will add Stavanger, Norway (SVG) to its destinations accessible from Vilnius (VNO). The new Vilnius-Stavanger service will operate 2 times a week, on Wednesdays and Sundays.

With the addition of the Vilnius-Stavanger route, Wizz Air establishes itself as the largest operator offering service between Lithuania and Norway. The airline flies 6 weekly frequencies to three major Norwegian cities including Bergen, Oslo and the newly added Stavanger.

Wizz Air is committed to growing its route network in Lithuania. By deploying a second aircraft to Vilnius this May, we are able to add even more destinations, and now offer access to 13 major European cities. This new route gives Lithuanians access to one of the most important industrial hubs in Norway while introducing a great tourist destination for those living in the Stavanger area,” said John Stephenson, Executive Vice President of Wizz Air.

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Wizz Air anuncia una nueva ruta

Mensaje  RdL el Lun 13 Feb 2012, 18:55

Wizz Air añade Debrecen (Hungría) a su red de destinos a partir del 18 de junio, volando tres veces por semana a Londres-Luton:

  • London-Luton (LTN) - Debrecen (DEB): 3x/sem [1/3/5] - A partir del 18 de junio

Wizz Air to fly from Debrecen as of June 2012

13/02/2012
Wizz Air, the largest low-cost, low-fare airline in Central and Eastern Europe, announced today that it will begin services from Debrecen Airport (DEB) as of 18 June 2012. The airline will initially offer three weekly flights, on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, from Debrecen to London Luton Airport (LTN), offering convenient access to the London city center and other regions in Central England.

Wizz Air is confident the new service will contribute significantly to the tourism of Eastern Hungarian and be an important driver for economic growth in the region. We expect to carry close to 50,000 passengers in our first year. This expansion demonstrates Wizz Air’s commitment to the Hungarian market and comes less than one week after the airline announced that it will double capacity out of Budapest.

Wizz Air is bringing the excitement of air travel at affordable prices directly to Debrecen. Instead of driving several hours to the capital, those living in Eastern Hungary can now fly from Debrecen and access London for a great value. Wizz Air is committed to the region and envisages offering more destinations from Debrecen in the future”, said József Váradi, Chief Executive Officer of Wizz Air.

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Wizz Air traslada su operativa en Baneasa a Bucarest/Otopeni

Mensaje  RdL el Vie 24 Feb 2012, 18:35

Wizz Air traslada su operativa desde Bucarest-Baneasa a Bucarest-Otopeni a partir del 25 de marzo de 2012 como resultado del cierre definitivo de Baneasa al tráfico comercial.

La compañía aérea adelanta que se anunciarán nuevas rutas en Bucarest en las próximas semanas. En adición, Wizz Air anuncia una nueva ruta:

  • Bucharest-Otopeni (OTP) - Memmingen (FMM): 2x/sem - A partir del 25-Junio-2012

Wizz Air to move operations from Baneasa to Otopeni
as of 25 March

23/02/2012
Wizz Air, the largest low-fare, low-cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe, announced today that it will move its entire Bucharest Baneasa Airport based operations to Henri Coanda (Otopeni) Airport as of 25 March 2012.

Wizz Air has received official confirmation about the closure of Baneasa airport to commercial aircraft traffic which will result in the need to move operations to Otopeni. Wizz Air is committed to offering Romanian travelers great service for affordable fares but with higher airport charges at the Otopeni airport, passengers will have to pay more for air travel as a result of the closure of Baneasa. Despite this, Wizz Air plans to increase the number of flights by 75% this summer, invest an additional €100 million into the market and create a further 500 jobs, reinforcing Wizz Air’s position as the largest airline in Romania.

With the move to Otopeni, passengers will enjoy the comfort of a modern, less congested terminal building to enhance their travel experience. With a more flexible operating schedule available at Otopeni, flight times will be more convenient and attractive. Wizz Air will begin twice weekly services to Memmingen (Germany) as of 25 June, with tickets starting as low as 93 RON. This is in addition to the previously announced new routes to Verona (Italy) and Palma de Mallorca (Spain). An announcement of further new destinations from Bucharest is anticipated in the coming weeks.

All destinations currently served from Baneasa Airport will be served from Otopeni Airport as of 25 March 2012. Wizz Air will proactively contact customers via sms, email, and phone to inform them of the change.

Wizz Air is being forced to move to Otopeni and this will result in an increase in prices for passengers, but we are confident that our fares will still be the lowest on the market. With lower fares than the competition, great service, and 22 destinations now served, Wizz Air anticipates continued growth in Bucharest,” said Mike Powell, Chief Financial Officer of Wizz Air.

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Wizz Air: flota y bases

Mensaje  Admin el Sáb 25 Feb 2012, 23:00

Actualización de la lista de bases:
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25-Febrero-2012
Actualmente: 35 A320
Historia: 4 A320 (3 => Garuda Indonesia + 1 => Onur Air)
Próximas entregas:
- Marzo: 1
- Abril: 2
- Mayo: 1
- Junio: 1

Previsión:
31/3/2011 - 35 A320
31/3/2012 - 43 A320
31/3/2013 - 60 A320
31/3/2014 - 75 A320
31/3/2015 - 92 A320
31/3/2016 - 111 A320
31/3/2017 - 132 A320

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Wizz Air anuncia una nueva ruta

Mensaje  RdL el Vie 02 Mar 2012, 08:15

Wizz Air anuncia una nueva ruta entre Arad y Bergamo, con dos frecuencias semanales a partir del 23 de junio de 2012. Arad se convierte en el quinto aeropuerto rumano operado por la aerolínea húngara.

  • Arad (ARW) - Milan-Bergamo (BGY): 2x/sem [2/6] - A partir del 23-Junio-2012

Wizz Air to begin operations from Arad
with flights to Milan-Bergamo

1/03/2012
Wizz Air, the largest low-fare, low-cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe, announced today that it will begin operations from Arad International Airport, marking the restart of scheduled commercial flights from the airport. Wizz Air will fly two weekly flights, on Tuesday and Saturday, to Milan-Bergamo (Italy) as of 23 June 2012.

Wizz Air, who already operates flights to Milan-Bergamo from Timisoara Airport, will add an additional airport to the region to service the strong demand for flights from Arad to Northern Italy, a popular destination for both business and leisure travelers. The new route will operate on days of the week in complement to the Timisoara service. Wizz Air sees the opening of this route as an initial investment to expand the coverage of service between Romania and Northern Italy, an opportunity that was realized in conjunction with airport management and Arad County Council officials. Arad International Airport becomes the 5th Romanian airport to operate Wizz Air flights and this expansion reinforces the airline’s position as the largest airline in the country.

Romanians fly Wizz Air because they know that they can experience the excitement of air travel for lower fares than the competition. Now travelers who live in and around Arad will be that much closer to a world-class tourist and business destination. The city has also increased its attractiveness as a hub of industry and tourism in Western Romania. We remain committed to serving the region and anticipate growth of our operations in the future,” said György Abrán, Chief Commercial Officer of Wizz Air.

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Re: Hilo oficial de Wizz Air

Mensaje  RdL el Miér 14 Mar 2012, 10:25

Al parecer Wizz Air tiene convocada una rueda de prensa mañana jueves 15 de marzo en el aeropuerto italiano de Malpensa. Se desconoce si abrirán nuevas rutas o anunciarán un traspaso de operaciones desde el aeropuerto vecino de Bergamo.

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Re: Hilo oficial de Wizz Air

Mensaje  RdL el Miér 14 Mar 2012, 11:55

No habrá que esperar hasta mañana. Wizz Air ha puesto a la venta dos nuevas rutas que conectarán Milán-Malpensa con Bucarest-Otopeni y Budapest.

  • Bucarest-Otopeni (OTP) - Milán-Malpensa (MXP): 4x/sem [1/3/5/7] - A partir del 1-Julio-2012
  • Budapest (BUD) - Milán-Malpensa (MXP): 11x/sem [11/2/33/4/55/6/77] - A partir del 18-Junio-2012
  • Budapest (BUD) - Varna (VAR): 2x/sem [3/7] - Del 27-Junio-2012 al 9-Septiembre-2012

    Añade una frecuencia en la ruta:
  • Budapest (BUD) - Palma de Mallorca (PMI): 2x/sem [4/7] - Del 14-Junio-2012 al 13-Septiembre-2012

    Y cancela la ruta -debido a la baja demanda-:
  • Budapest (BUD) - Pisa (PSA)

Wizz Air adds Milan-Malpensa to its Northern Italy network

14/03/2012
Wizz Air, the largest low-fare, low-cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe, announced today that it will begin operations from Milan Malpensa Airport. Wizz Air will initially operate two new routes from Milan Malpensa, to Budapest (Hungary) as of 18 June, and to Bucharest (Romania) as of 1 July.

Wizz Air, who already operates flights to 11 other Italian airports, will begin flying to Milan-Malpensa, extending its reach in the northern corridor and securing its position as the leading low cost carrier connecting the region to Central and Eastern Europe. The strong demand for flights from Central and Eastern Europe to Northern Italy has enabled the expansion of Wizz Air’s services.

Wizz Air will increase weekly frequencies from Bucharest to Milan area airports from 11 to 14, with the addition of the routes to Milan-Malpensa operating on days of the week in complement to those already operating to Milan-Bergamo. All Wizz Air flights from Milan-Bergamo to Budapest will now be served from Milan-Malpensa.

Italian travelers will now have improved access to Budapest, one of central Europe’s most popular city break destinations, well-known for its unique history and culture. With an increase in frequencies to Bucharest, both business and leisure travelers will enjoy more convenient access to the Romanian capital, a growing hub in the region.

Wizz Air is thrilled to offer our low-fares to passengers traveling from Milan-Malpensa to Central and Eastern Europe. These two routes are just the beginning of our presence. We hope to see rapid growth, similar to what we have achieved in other major metropolitan areas, such as London. We started with 2 routes and now fly over 20! Pink and purple will soon be trending on the runways of Milan!,” said György Abrán, Chief Commercial Officer, Wizz Air.

Fuente: Wizz Air - Comunicado

Wizz Air opens new routes to popular destinations:
Milan Malpensa and Varna

14/03/2012
Wizz Air, the leading low-fare, low-cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe has announced today that its flights to Milan will now arrive into the main airport, Milan-Malpensa, instead of Milan-Bergamo. Flights will operate 11 times a week as of 18 June 2012. The airline also announced that Varna, the Black Sea holiday destination favored by Hungarian tourists, will be attended to their growing list of destinations accessible from Budapest. In addition, in order to meet higher than expected passenger demand, Wizz Air has increased the number of weekly flights to two per week on the Palma de Mallorca destination. Flights to Pisa will not be operated beyond 15 April due to low demand.

With the addition of flights to Milan-Malpensa, Wizz Air will be the one and only low-fare, low-cost airline flying from Budapest to the main Milan airport which offers convenient access to the city center via public transport.

Milan-Malpensa is connected to downtown by a high-speed rail making the journey to Milan both cheaper and faster in comparison to the Bergamo airport. As Milan-Malpensa is one of the most significant airports in Europe, the new Wizz Air flight also offers a comfortable solution to those travelling beyond Milan who want to connect with international carriers flights to North America, Asia or even the Middle East.

The latest addition to Wizz Air’s route network, the Budapest-Varna flight, will bring the popular Black Sea holiday resort close again. A highly popular holiday destination among Hungarian tourists, this hot spot for summer travel is well known for low-prices and high quality services.

We provide the best value for our passengers. The flight to Milan-Malpensa is an excellent example of this: we offer a better service for the same price. This is favorable for both Hungarian tourist travelling to Milan, but also for the incoming tourists and business travelers. With the addition of flights to Varna, the number of Wizz Air seashore destinations has increased to 15 in 2012. We have flights to Bulgaria, Turkey, Cyprus, Greece, Italy and Spain. I still think that we will carry 2.3 million passengers in our Hungarian network this year, which would mean a 70% increase of our business” – CEO of Wizz Air, József Váradi said.

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Wizz Air amplía sus operaciones en Budapest

Mensaje  RdL el Miér 04 Abr 2012, 21:05

Wizz Air amplía sus operaciones en Budapest con la llegada de un sexto avión a la base:
6th Aircraft Added to Wizz Air’s Budapest Base

4/04/2012
Today, Wizz Air welcomes a 6th Airbus A320 to its fleet of Budapest based aircraft. With this new arrival, the 3rd addition to the fleet in less than 3 months, Wizz Air has the largest Budapest-based fleet of any carrier in Hungary.

The airline recently began operating its summer schedule which includes flights to 32 destinations from Budapest, including popular destinations such as Catania and Rome (Italy), and Barcelona (Spain). In addition, as of this week, Budapest based travellers will once again have a direct flight from Budapest to Sofia (Bulgaria) with Wizz Air opening the route and flying 3 frequencies per week (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday). This summer also welcomes the opening of Wizz Air routes from Debrecen to London-Luton on 18 June 2012.

Alongside network news, Wizz Air closed out its financial year on 31 March 2012 and confirms that the company is in a solid financial position and will continue with its double-digit growth in the coming fiscal year. Wizz Air carried more than 11 million passengers in the last fiscal year, 1.3 million of which were on routes to and from Budapest. Wizz Air achieved an average load factor of 85% across its network.

“With the arrival of the 6th aircraft in Budapest, Wizz Air takes its place as the airline with largest fleet based in the Hungarian capital city. This is an important milestone for a company with its roots in Hungary and such a significant number of Hungarian staff. Our company continues to grow and with that growth will come more opportunities for passengers to enjoy our winning combination of low fares and great customer experience,” – said György Abrán, Chief Commercial Officer, Wizz Air.

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Wizz Air anuncia dos nuevas rutas

Mensaje  RdL el Miér 25 Abr 2012, 08:40

Wizz Air pone a la venta la temporada de Invierno 2012-13 del mercado húngaro y anuncia dos nuevas rutas que conectarán Debrecen (este Hungría) con Bergamo y Eindhoven a partir de Diciembre de 2012:

  • Debrecen (DEB) - Eindhoven (EIN): 2x/sem [2/6] - A partir del 15-Diciembre-2012
  • Debrecen (DEB) - Milán Malpensa (MXP): 2x/sem [3/7] - A partir del 16-Diciembre-2012

    Sumándose al enlace entre:
  • Debrecen (DEB) - Luton (LTN): 3x/sem [1/3/5] - A partir del 18-Junio-2012

Wizz Air announces two new Debrecen routes to/from Eindhoven and Milan

  • Hungarian winter schedule on sale.

23/04/2012
Wizz Air, the largest low-cost, low-fare airline in Central and Eastern Europe, announced today two new routes from Debrecen to Eindhoven and Milan Malpensa which initially will be operated twice weekly each, starting in December 2012. Together with the existing Wizz Air service to London these routes will deliver approximately 100,000 passengers in the first year and create up to 100 jobs in Debrecen. It was also announced that the airline’s Hungarian winter schedule had been put on sale with 22 routes, 6 more than last year.

Wizz Air’s Debrecen – London route has been popular amongst both business travelers and visitors and today’s two new services to Eindhoven and Milan will further contribute to tourism and job growth in the Debrecen region.

Wizz Air also announced that its Hungarian winter schedule (2012-13) had already been put on sale, consisting of 22 routes compared to 16 operated last winter.

Only Wizz Air connects Debrecen to Western Europe with very low fares. Instead of driving many hours, business travelers and tourists can now fly directly to/from Eastern Hungary. We are committed to develop an air infrastructure for the residents and help boost tourism and job creation in the region.” - said József Váradi, Chief Executive Officer of Wizz Air.

Lajos Kósa, city mayor of Debrecen, said: “The importance of the airport in Debrecen continues to grow as a result of our announcement today, since the launch of the two new flights makes it one of the busiest regional airports in the region. The effect of the earlier announcement of the flights between London-Luton and Debrecen showed that making the best use of the airline connection potential brings huge benefits to the tourism industry of the city and the entire region.

Fuente: Wizz Air - Comunicado

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