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Wizz Air Announces New Routes From Birmingham Airport

Wizz Air Announces New Routes From Birmingham Airport

Commencing in September, Wizz Air has announced two new routes from Birmingham Airport to Poland. The first route launching on 16th September is to Poznań, Poland’s fifth-largest city, with the second route launching on 17th September to Krakow - the seventh Wizz Air route to operate from Birmingham Airport.

Travellers to Poznań can expect an abundance of things to see and do including a choice of historical attractions and museums, renaissance-style architecture, as well as dining and nightlife options to suit a range of tastes. Those wishing to explore Krakow, a city known for its old-world ambiance and charm, can experience a range of exciting galleries, cafes, pubs and restaurants.

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Tom Screen, Aviation Director at Birmingham Airport said: “It’s great news that Wizz Air will be operating to Poznań and Krakow - the launch of both routes will mean the airline will operate seven routes in total from Birmingham Airport. Providing our passengers with a range of destinations to connect with family and friends or find their next city break, is important to us and with these additional routes we are able to do just that.

“Wizz Air currently operates to Cluj-Napoca, Budapest, Bucharest, Warsaw, and Wroclaw – adding routes to both Poznań and Krakow in September. The new routes are a fantastic addition and we’re really looking forward to growing our offering with Wizz Air over the next few years here at Birmingham Airport.”

Tamara Vallois, Head of Marketing and Communications at Wizz Air said: “We are delighted to announce we will now operate a total of seven routes from Birmingham Airport. We launched our very first Wizz flight to Birmingham in 2015 and today, we offer seven low-fare routes to Poland, Romania and Hungary. With fares from only £17.99 hope to see many happy customers on board our brand-new Airbus aircraft on routes to Poznan and Krakow as well as on all the other routes in the Wizz network.”

Wizz Air, a Hungarian airline, has been a partner of Birmingham Airport since June 2015 with its inaugural route to Warsaw, quickly followed by Budapest. One-way fares to Poznań and Krakow start from £17.99.

For more information on Wizz Air flights from Birmingham Airport please visit:https://wizzair.com/en-gb#/
 
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The Luton connection starting to have an impact?
Could be.

There are some interesting murmurs coming out of BHX at the moment and hopefully, if there is any change of direction, it will be a positive one. Nothing is going to happen overnight though and these things take time, lets just hope that they can start converting 'talks' into results.

we’re really looking forward to growing our offering with Wizz Air over the next few years here at Birmingham Airport
So are we but we've heard this many times before. Actions speak much, much louder than words (y)
 
Krakow is 3x weekly A321.

Poznan is 2x weekly A320 using a Wroclaw based aircraft. Incidentally, Wroclaw changes to Mon and Fri for 6 weeks in Sept to match up with the Poznan schedule.
 
Hi there all, I know that we getting news of new routes from low cost wizz which is great, but what about some big major new airline announcement to the US like NY, that's what we are waiting for as well as news that easyJet have agreed to expansion of new routes, this is the type of news that we're waiting for... Andyc
 
Hi there all, I know that we getting news of new routes from low cost wizz which is great, but what about some big major new airline announcement to the US like NY, that's what we are waiting for as well as news that easyJet have agreed to expansion of new routes, this is the type of news that we're waiting for... Andyc
easyjet - have they ?
 
Hi there all, I know that we getting news of new routes from low cost wizz which is great, but what about some big major new airline announcement to the US like NY, that's what we are waiting for as well as news that easyJet have agreed to expansion of new routes, this is the type of news that we're waiting for... Andyc
why is the US so important Andrew? can't see much chance of US flight in the next few years, going East and more European routes is what we need and stand a better chance of.
 

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