Wizz Air Ukraine resume the flights from the International airport Lviv

March 30, Kiev, Ukraine. — "Wizz Air Ukraine" loukost largest airline in Ukraine and Central and Eastern Europe, today will take its first flight from the International airport "Lviv" after the successful completion of the reconstruction of the runway. From today, the airline will resume flights from Lviv to Dortmund (Germany), from tomorrow — to Venice / Treviso (Italy).  Since March 30, a list of "Wizz Air Ukraine" from the International airport "Lviv" is as follows:

Direction

Frequency

Days of the week

Dortmund

2

Mon, Fri

Venice / Treviso 

3

Mon, Thu, Sat

"We are pleased to be able to fly again from the city and resume the two most popular route from western Ukraine. It is expected that this year the Lions will visit a large number of foreign tourists, especially during the Euro 2012. Thanks to the timely modernization of airport infrastructure, as well as affordable prices and high quality service of "Wizz Air Ukraine", thousands of tourists from Ukraine and other countries will be able to travel in comfort, "- said Akos Bush, CEO of" Wizz Air Ukraine ".

Tickets for these flights are available on wizzair.com as low as 533 USD. (One way, including all mandatory taxes and booking fee).

For more information, visit the airline’s website wizzair.com or contact Maria Cristina Kosonotskoy pockmarked or by phone. 586 63 50 or by e-mail masha.ryaba @ pbn.kiev.ua, christina.kosonotska @ pbn.kiev.ua

"Wizz Air Ukraine" — the first budget (loukost) the air carrier licensed by the Ministry of Transport and Communications of Ukraine. In 2011, the airline carried 570,000 passengers. To date, the airline’s fleet consists of two aircraft Airbus A320.

Is a company Wizz Air, which is the largest loukost airline in Central and Eastern Europe. Airlines Group carried 11 million passengers in the last 12month. At the moment, the airline’s fleet consists of 36 aircraft Airbus A320. Wizz Air flies from 15 bases in Poland, Hungary, Bulgaria, Romania, Ukraine, the Czech Republic, Serbia and Lithuania.

 

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