Wizz Air reopened its Chisinau base with 3 Airbus A321neo aircraft. The low-cost airline announced today in a press conference the resumption of the 15 routes operated from and to Chisinau, and the increase of flight frequencies to 3 routes already operated. The first flights today were to Berlin, Paris, Memmingen and Venice.
The Avia Invest administration welcomed the airline’s decision to resume the 15 direct flights from and to Chisinau International Airport, stating:
“The reopening of the Chisinau base and the resumption of direct flights by Wizz Air is a long-awaited moment for us and passengers. At the same time, we welcome the company’s decision to increase the frequency of 3 existing flights. Avia Invest, the airport manager, supports the airlines’ efforts to return to the normal operation of direct routes from and to the Chisinau International Airport, in the context of the effects of the pandemic, but also of the war in the region. At the same time, we want our passengers to benefit from the most advantageous price offers on the announced routes and to take full advantage of beautiful and memorable trips.”
Present at the event, Evelin Jeckel, Acting Network Officer at Wizz Air, said:
“We are pleased to reopen our base in Chisinau with the allocation of three modern aircraft, the resumption of 15 direct flights and the increase of frequencies on 3 existing routes. We are committed to providing passengers with the best travel options from Chisinau at ultra-low-cost fares and ensuring a safe and enjoyable travel experience with multiple holiday destinations and alternatives to visit friends and family abroad. Now passengers can travel with Wizz Air on 21 routes from Chisinau to 11 countries. We look forward to welcoming our passengers on board and wishing them a pleasant flight.”