Wizz Air has announced the launch of two new routes to the Hungarian capital from two Ukrainian cities of Lviv and Kharkiv. Such expansion is possible thanks to the arrival of another state-of-the-art Airbus A321neo aircraft at its base in Budapest in June 2020. Tickets for the new routes are already on sale and can be booked from only UAH 569 on wizzair.com and the airline’s mobile app.
New services to Budapest
With Budapest being accessible for Ukrainians from Kyiv since 2011 and flights from Odesa to be launched this October, WIZZ is further expanding its operations from Ukraine and announces a launch of flights from Lviv and Kharkiv to this Central European city. By offering these new direct services, now WIZZ is making Budapest closer to Ukrainian passengers and connects it with four major cities in Ukraine – Kyiv, Lviv, Kharkiv and Odesa.
As one of the most rapidly developing cities in Europe, Budapest is skilfully combining its heritage and the 19th-century architecture with contemporary artistic style. Much of the city and its sights have been granted UNESCO World Heritage Site Status – from its iconic Parliament building to the Royal Palace and Castle Hill, among others. When enjoying these city’s features, one can unwind in between the sightseeing adventures and hit famous thermal baths for the spa experience or try out traditional Hungarian rich cuisine with fine selection of wines. With a wide range of things to do and see, everyone will definitely find here something unique to make a visit unforgettable.
Wizz Air in Ukraine
Wizz Air is the pioneer of affordable travel in Ukraine, and since its first international flight from Kyiv to London Luton in 2008, the airline has carried over 9 million passengers to and from Ukraine. With these announced routes from Kharkiv and Lviv to Budapest, now WIZZ offers 55 routes to 13 European countries from as low fares as UAH 289**.The airline’s operations continue to provide Ukrainian passengers affordable travel opportunities connecting Ukraine with the rest of Europe, while contributing to the development of the local community and economy and stimulating the local job market in aviation and tourism sectors.