Wizz Air has doubled its Ukraine passenger traffic this year
Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Wizz Air has doubled its Ukraine passenger traffic this year

Wizz Air has doubled its Ukraine passenger traffic this year, carrying 1.2 million passengers through October. Currently, the largest low cost carrier for Ukraine, Wizz Air plans to base a fourth Airbus 320 next year at its base at Kyiv Sikorsky (Zhuliany). On March 1-2, it plans to start flights from Kyiv to three new cities: Bremen, Riga and Billund, Denmark. From Lviv, it starts service Dec. 14 to Frankfurt-Hahn, and on March 3 to Copenhagen. From Kharkiv, it started service to London-Luton yesterday. Flights to Vienna start Nov. 25. By March, the Budapest-based airline will fly 42 routes to 12 countries from three Ukrainian cities.

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