Wizzair adds new routes from Warsaw Chopin Airport in 2015
The Hungarian low-cost carrier, Wizzair is strengthening its position at the main Polish airport, Warsaw-Chopin. The airline announced it will station an additional aircraft, an Airbus 320, in Warsaw and add new international routes from Warsaw-Chopin in 2015.
Turin and Verona – Wizzair’s ski destination from Warsaw
From 17 January 2015 Wizzair, winter holiday tourists bound for Italian ski resorts will be able to fly low-cost from Warsaw to Turin and Verona. In the initial phase, flights to these destinations will be available once weekly, on Saturdays. Fares for both routes, as announced by the airline, start from PLN 99 (approx. £19), one way.
New routes Warsaw – Lisbon, Alicante, Catania, Larnaca and Malta from spring 2015
Sun seeking holidaymakers departing from Warsaw Chopin can choose, as of 29 March 2015, from 5 new routes to Southern Europe, including: Alicante, Lisbon, Larnaca, Catania and Malta.
These routes will be operate with the following frequency:
- Warsaw - Alicante: once weekly
- Warsaw - Lisbon: twice weekly
- Warsaw - Larnaca: twice weekly
- Warsaw - Catania: once weekly
- Warsaw - Malta: once weekly
Wizzair set the prices for the above routes from PLN 199 (approx. £ 38) one way. The tickets are already on sale.
Warsaw – Dormund low cost
In March 2015 the network of Wizzair’s routes at Warsaw Chopin Airport will be extended with a new service to Dortmund, operated four times per week, priced from PLN 99.
More UK – Poland flights in 2015
Additionally, Wizzair increases the frequency of the most popular routes from Warsaw Chopin, amongst them London Luton (to a total of 24 weekly flights, from 29 March 2015), Glasgow, Liverpool, Paris Beauvais, Brussels Charleroi and Milan Bergamo.
Wizzair in Warsaw
Wizzair is the leading low-cost airline in Central and Western European Europe.
In August 2014, the carrier celebrates the 10th anniversary of its presence in Warsaw, where it operates from the country’s largest airport, Warsaw Chopin (WAW). Having moved to Warsaw’s new low-cost airport Modlin in 2012, the airline soon returned to Warsaw Chopin, after prolonged technical difficulties Modlin Airport struggled with.
With the new destinations to be added in 2015, Wizzair will be operating at Warsaw Chopin the total of 30 routes in 16 countries.
Warsaw Chopin Airport, also referred to as Warsaw Okecie, is located approx. 6 miles south of Warsaw city centre.