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Wizz Air to Launch Five New Routes from Poland

Wizz Air announces the addition of five new low-fare holiday routes from Poland. WIZZ’s new exciting routes, which will be launched in summer 2021, offer connections between 3 Polish airports with 5 destinations. New amazing Greek Islands: Crete, Santorini are waiting for our Gdansk passengers while Kraków network widens of Split (Croatia) route and WIZZ offers now flights from Warsaw Chopin Airport to Thessaloniki and Preveza-Aktion, which is an airline’s newest station. Tickets to all those sunshine destinations are now available for sale on www.wizzair.com or via mobile app with fares starting from PLN 179**.

Wizz Air’s new holiday routes include five summer destinations from Poland. All routes will be launched in June 2021. Wizz Air will operate twice-weekly flights from Warsaw to Thessaloniki and Preveza-Aktion, two times weekly from Gdansk to the outstanding Greek island of Crete (Heraklion) and Santorini, additionally the airline will also start two-weekly flights from Krakow to the Croatian city of Split.

The new routes are expected to stimulate aviation and hospitality sectors in the regions while allowing passengers from Poland to travel on WIZZ’s lowest fares to Greece and Croatia. Tickets for the new connection are now available for sale on www.wizzair.com or via mobile app.

To help passengers and crew travel safely and worry-free, Wizz Air has implemented additional hygiene measures to support physical distancing during boarding and enhanced cleanliness on board. As part of the measures to protect the health of customers and crew, customers should check-in and make any purchases online, such as paying for additional bags, to reduce non-essential interaction at the airport. In an attempt to contain the spread of possible infection, passengers are kindly asked to adhere to the new physical distancing rules both during boarding and disembarkation.

While the HEPA filters of all Wizz Air aircraft filter out 99.97% of viruses and bacteria from the air within the cabin, the crew, as well as passengers, are required to wear masks throughout the flight.

Wizz Air has created a new, constantly updated WIZZ travel planning map so that passengers can see which destinations in the WIZZ network can be flown at any given time. It is also a source of information on applicable travel restrictions caused by the coronavirus.

To travel worry-free in these uncertain times, Wizz Air encourages passengers to use WIZZ Flex By choosing this service, passengers can rest assured that if circumstances change, or they simply wish to travel on a different date, or to a different destination, they can rebook on any WIZZ flight of their choice.

Iuliia Tore