Wizz Air announced today the launch of its operations at the ninth airport in Poland – Rzeszów Jasionka. Wizz Air revealed that passengers who purchase tickets for low-cost flights by choosing selected flights to one of Wizz Air’s destinations will benefit from the 30% off discount and can celebrate even lower fares.
From 6 November, Wizz Air will offer a new service to Eindhoven from Rzeszów Jasionka connecting Southeast Poland with the Netherlands.
The new route to Eindhoven is expected to stimulate aviation and hospitality sectors in the region, while allowing passengers from Podkarpacie to travel on WIZZ’s lowest fares to the Netherlands. Tickets for the new connection are now available for sale on wizzair.com or via mobile app. Prices start at PLN 69.
George Michalopoulos, Chief Commercial Officer at Wizz Air, said: We are thrilled to announce our first route from Rzeszów Jasionka Airport to Eindhoven. Wizz Air continues to expand its low-fare route network in Poland while maintaining the highest standards in terms of health and safety protocols. Our Polish crew looks forward to welcoming you on board.
Adam Hamryszczak, CEO of Rzeszow-Jasionka Airport, said: Today’s announcement is a real milestone in the history of Rzeszow-Jasionka airport. Our strategic goal is to diversify our business partnerships therefore we highly appreciate the decision of Wizz Air to start operating from our airport. I hope this new route marks the beginning of a long-term co-operation and further route development.
Wladyslaw Ortyl, Marshal of Podkaprackie Region, said: We warmly welcome the new international carrier at our regional airport, which is one of the key drivers of the economic growth. Podkarpackie offers a variety of opportunities for both tourists and investors. We look forward to hosting the visitors from Netherlands and neighbouring countries.