Wizz Air opens bases in Larnaca and Milan-Malpensa

Two aircraft are based in Cyprus, five in MXP.

Two in one day: The bustling Wizz Air opened two new bases on Thursday. In the morning, CEO Joszef Varadi went to Cyprus to announce Larnaca Airport as a new station with two planes. At noon he landed at Milan Malpensa with an Airbus A321NEO.

In the future, Wizz Air will fly between the largest Cypriot airport and a total of 30 destinations – the two Airbus aircraft based in Cyprus will fly to eleven of these destinations: Athens, Thessaloniki, Copenhagen, Billund, Turku, Wroclaw, Suceava, Karlsruhe / Baden-Baden , Dortmund and Memmingen are added in the summer. Salzburg is not yet official – this goal is said to be announced on Friday.

Wizzair is starting even bigger from Milan-Malpensa: the airline will station five Airbus A321s there from July. In addition to the eight existing routes, twenty new destinations in eleven countries are to be headed for. These are Eindhoven, Reykjavik, London (Luton), Mahon, Lisbon, Tenerife, Gran Canaria, Tel Aviv, Porto, Valencia, Zakynthos, Tallinn, Pristina, Santorini, Thessaloniki, Athens, Corfu, Marrakech and Rhodes.

By the way, on Friday Joszef Varadi flies on: First it goes to Salzburg, then to Tirana. We can be excited …


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