Wizz Air Abu Dhabi is adding flights to seven more destinations from the UAE. The low-cost airline is launching flights to Muscat, Almaty in Kazakhstan and Sarajevo in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It will also begin flying from Abu Dhabi to Sohag in Egypt, Odessa in Ukraine, Baku in Azerbaijan and to Kutaisi in Georgia, according to thenationalnews.com.
The move brings the UAE’s newest airline to full capacity after travel restrictions were eased in Abu Dhabi.
Starting this week, the airline adds Sarajevo and Odessa to its network, with two flights per week to the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Ukrainian port city, respectively.
Then, from Sunday, October 31, the airline will commence flights to Muscat from Abu Dhabi. Wizz Air will operate three flights a week to the Omani capital, with fares from only Dh109, giving travellers another affordable option for a short break to the sultanate.
In December, Almaty, Sohag, Baku and Kutaisi will join the Wizz Air network. Tickets are already on sale for all seven destinations.
Wizz Air Hungary will also start flying to Abu Dhabi from April next year.
The airline is launching flights to Dubai from Catania in Italy, Katowice in Poland and Cluj-Napoca, one of Romania’s largest cities, this week.