As from May 13th, low-cost company Wizz Air will begin basing the sixth aircraft A320 in Warsaw Chopin Airport and will open four new routes.
In particular, the low-coster aircraft are to fly from the Polish capital to Aberdeen (Great Britain), Bari (Italy), Bristol (Great Britain) and Reykjavík (Iceland).
Furthermore, Wizz Air will increase the frequency of eight routes via which the flights are already made: to London Luton Airport, Skavsta (Sweden), Budapest, Torp (Norway), Doncaster (Great Britain), Kutaisi, Birmingham (Great Britain) and Catania (Italy).
Among the plans of Wizz Air for the Warsaw location is increasing the capacities by means of replacing the aircraft type. Specifically, the 180-seat A320 are to be replaced with the 230-seat A321. This type of aircraft will fill its place in the park of Wizz Air as soon as this year.