Wizz Air announced today the start of its operations from Athens International Airport with the launch of 8 new routes in 2018, to Hungary, Bulgaria, Romania, Georgia, Lithuania, Republic of Moldova and Poland.
Athens, one of the largest European cities and well-known as a popular tourist destination and business link, becomes the 144 destination that is connected to WIZZ’s ever-growing low-fare network, which provides affordable services across 43 countries in Europe and beyond. Demonstrating its commitment to the region, WIZZ is now providing low-fare flights to six Greek airports within the ever-growing WIZZ network, offering 16 low-fare services to 7 countries. WIZZ’s travel opportunities offered to all its business and leisure customers from Athens, brings an extensive and diversified network that will further stimulate both inbound and outbound tourism and improve business ties between the countries. Budapest, Bucharest and Sofia will be served daily. The new services to Cluj-Napoca (Romania), Kutaisi (Georgia), Chisinau (Republic of Moldova) and Katowice (Poland) will offer Greek passengers and their visitors a convenient schedule, each with two weekly frequencies, and to Vilnius (Lithuania) with three flights per week.
The airline is continuously looking to enhance customer journey recently introducing innovative services, such as Fare Lock, created to best meet the needs of passengers looking to secure themselves the best bargain and Flexible Travel Partner, a feature designed for customers who want to book their trip securing low cost fares well in advance, yet are uncertain who their travel partners will be.