Wizz Air enters Slovenia with new flights from Ljubljana to London Luton and Brussels Charleroi
Wizz Air, the largest low fare - low cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe, announced that it would start flights from Ljubljana to London Luton and Brussels Charleroi as of 1 May 2006.
The new flights from Ljubljana to Brussels Charleroi and London Luton will commence on 1 and 2 May 2006, 4 and 3 times a week, respectively. Tickets for the flights are already on sale on the airlines website, wizzair.com. or can be purchased by calling the Wizz Air call centre on +48 22 351 94 99 /+36 1 470 94 99. As an introductory offer a limited number of seats are available at a promotional fare of EUR 28 including taxes and charges till 14 February 2006.
József Váradi, Chief Executive
Officer of Wizz Air said:
We pursue our strategy of developing Wizz Air into the leading low fare - low cost airline of Central and Eastern Europe and as such entering the Slovenian market is of an outstanding importance to us. Ljubljana and Slovenia is becoming an increasingly attractive target for tourists and business people from all over Europe. In order to capture this traffic flow and be appealing to the Slovenian people who whish to travel we are determined to offer continuously low fares and a great travel experience onboard of our young Airbus A320 fleet.
Wizz Air is Central & Eastern Europes leading low fare low cost airline. Wizz Air flies a young fleet of 180 seater Airbus A320 aircraft from Katowice, Warsaw, Gdansk and Poznan in Poland, from Budapest in Hungary, from Sofia in Bulgaria and from Kaunas in Lithuania. Soon flight will commence from Wroclaw in Poland, from Zagreb and Split in Croatia and from Ljubljana in Slovenia. Over the past 20 months Wizz Air has carried over 2.7 million passengers.
Brnik, 6 February 2006