Wizz Air to add aircraft to Romanian fleet, launch two routes in April 2018

Hungarian low-cost airline Wizz Air will allocate a new aircraft to its Romanian fleet and will operate two new routes from Bucharest to Gothenburg in Sweden and to Nice in France starting April 2018, says SeeNews.com.

The new aircraft allocated to Bucharest base will be the fifth Airbus A321 in the Romanian fleet and will create 42 additional direct Romanian jobs with the airline.

Along with the newest destinations available from Bucharest, from 2018 the new aircraft will allow Wizz Air to increase the number of weekly flights on the most popular routes from Bucharest to Billund, Geneva, Eindhoven, Paris Beauvais, Tel Aviv, Bari, London Luton and Barcelona.

With the new acquisition, Wizz Air is extending its Bucharest fleet to 10 aircraft, an investment of more than $1 billion (1.14 billion euro) over time.


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