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Vienna Airport staff welcomed Wizz Air’s first flight to the country Vienna Airport staff welcomed Wizz Air’s first flight to the country

Wizz Air Lands at Vienna Airport for the First Time

On April 27, Wizz Air launched flight operations from Vienna. Effective immediately, the destinations of Danzig, Tuzla and Varna can be reached from Vienna Airport by flying with the low-cost carrier.

According to the airport, the three new flight connections will strengthen the role of Vienna Airport as a gateway to Eastern Europe. It is believed that the new Vienna base will see rapid expansion over the course of the next nine months.

As of April 27, Danzig, Poland will be served every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, with flights departing from Vienna at 9:15 p.m. The airline will fly to Tuzla, Bosnia-Herzegovina as of April 27, leaving Vienna at 9.55 p.m. every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Starting on April 28, flights will be offered to Varna, Bulgaria, taking off from Vienna at 6:35 on Tuesdays and Saturdays.

Wizz Air is scheduled to operate 15 routes from Vienna this summer and this will increase to a total of 30 routes by the end of March 2019. “It will contribute to ensuring an even more multi-faceted destination offering,” said Julian Jäger, joint CEO, Vienna Airport.