Starting from May 13, Wizz Air will have its sixth aircraft A320 stationed at Warsaw Chopin Airport and open four new flight destinations.
In particular, the aircrafts belonging to the low-cost airlines will be flying from the Polish capital to Aberdeen (UK), Bari (Italy), Bristol (UK) and Reykjavik (Iceland).
Wizz Air additionally plans to add more flights over eight flight destinations, which are already operated by the airlines – to Luton airport in London, Skavsta (Sweden), Budapest, Torp (Norway), Doncaster (UK), Kutaisi, Birmingham (UK) and Catania (Italy).
Among the other plans of Wizz Air for Warsaw is the increase in capacities by replacing the type of aircraft. In particular, two 180-seat A320s shall be replaced with two 230-seat A321s. This type of aircraft will be adopted by Wizz Air this year.