Wizz Air announced today three new services from Kyiv to Berlin, Frankfurt and Vienna. The new low fare routes will be operated daily, providing countless opportunities for leisure and business travellers to plan their trip to these popular destinations with fares from just €29.99 / UAH 989.
WIZZ started operations from Igor Sikorsky Kyiv International Airport in 2008 and after 10 years of successful operations, as part of its great expansion across Europe, the airline introduces three new routes Germany and Austria. Further diversifying its low fare network from Kyiv, WIZZ offers now 23 routes to 11 countries, including the services to Tallinn and Lisbon that will commence in June. The airline continues to invest in its local base, by allocating the third modern Airbus A320 this summer, a total investment of more than $ 300 million**, and employing more than 100 local crew.
WIZZ, as the pioneer of low-fare air travel across Europe and in Ukraine, is continuously expanding its network, offering now 30 services to 11 countries and bringing affordable travel opportunities between three Ukrainian cities and the rest of Europe. In the first three months of 2018, 82% more passengers travelled with WIZZ on Ukraine routes than in the same period of the previous year. WIZZ’s fast-growing operation in the country will further stimulate the local economy as it has done for the last decade, by increasing employment in Ukraine’s aviation and tourism sectors and supporting more than 500 jobs in 2017.
This year, WIZZ offers more than 1.5 million seats from Ukraine, with a growth of 95% on a year on year basis, as the airline is looking to respond to the increasing demand for its low fare tickets and great travel experience.