Wizz Air started today its operations from Lviv International Airport with the new low-fare route to Wroclaw in Poland. Passengers planning their holiday or a weekend getaway to Poland, can discover the city of Wroclaw with a convenient schedule with two weekly frequencies, on Tuesdays and Saturdays, with fares as low as UAH 409.
Dedicated to the Ukrainian market for more than 9 years, Wizz Air continues expanding its operations in the country and bringing even more low-fare travel opportunities for its passengers. In 2017, eights new routes are commencing from Ukraine, including the second service from Lviv to Berlin, and the connections from Kyiv to Poznan and Lublin in Poland and Frankfurt Hahn and Hannover in Germany. Furthermore, a second Airbus A320 will join Kyiv fleet creating 36 new direct jobs and stimulating the tourism, hospitality and business industries.
Wizz Air is the pioneer of high quality, lowest fares air travel in the Ukrainian market, and is dedicated to the Ukrainian customers since 2008, when the first international WIZZ flight took off from Kyiv to London Luton. Since then, over 4,8 million passengers have enjoyed truly affordable travel opportunities and excellent service throughout Europe and beyond, on WIZZ’s network from Ukraine.
Wizz Air now offers a total of 21 low-fare routes to eight countries from two Ukrainian airports, Kyiv and Lviv, and WIZZ’s leisure and business customers can benefit from great value onward travel with WIZZ throughout its network of 140 destinations across 42 countries.
Sorina Ratz, Communications Manager at Wizz Air said: “We are celebrating an important milestone in Ukraine by starting operations from our second Ukrainian airport, Lviv. The service launched today from Lviv to Wroclaw, along with the upcoming service to Berlin, once again underline our commitment to create new travel opportunities and further stimulate business relations and tourism in the country. As the largest low-cost carrier in Ukraine, Wizz Air remains dedicated to the market and to our Ukrainian customers and will continue to bring more low-fare opportunities for travel and employment in the future. We are looking forward to our fruitful collaboration with Lviv International Airport and we are welcoming our Ukrainian passengers on board to discover Europe on WIZZ’s low-fares.”
Director General of Danylo Halytskyi International Airport “Lviv”, reported:
“Launching of a new route Wroclaw-Lviv-Wroclaw to Danylo Halytskyi International Airport “Lviv” by “Wizz Air” – is primarily a return of flights operated by the low-cost airline, which has long been known, recognized and expected by the citizens of Lviv. I am convinced that the route will be well-travelled, and we look forward to the commencement of previously announced flights from Lviv to Berlin and other European cities. The operation of flights Lviv-Wroclaw and Lviv-Berlin will enable many Ukrainians to plan a comfortable trip at an affordable price for both business and leisure.”