Wizz Air has announced that it will expand its Warsaw operations, basing an 8th aircraft at Chopin Airport. From March 2018 WIZZ will launch one new attractive route to Bordeaux in southwestern France as well as increase weekly frequencies on the most popular services, adding a total of 19 incremental weekly flights to its Warsaw schedule. In 2018, Wizz Air will offer 3.3 million seats on its Warsaw routes, a 25% growth year over year.
The new aircraft, the 4th state-of-the-art Airbus A321ceo in WIZZ’s Warsaw fleet, represents an investment of $116 million by the airline in Poland. Expanding its operations, Wizz Air creates 42 additional direct jobs and will have a team of over 300 dedicated crew based at Warsaw Chopin Airport.
With the latest expansion of its Warsaw fleet, Wizz Air will have 23 based aircraft in Poland employing more than 850 customer-oriented crew, who deliver excellent service on each WIZZ flight. Wizz Air now offers 151 routes from its eight Polish airports.