Wizz Air arrives in Berlin The largest low-cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe today launched operations from Schönefeld Airport
Wizz Air, the largest low-cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe, today launched operations from Berlin Schönefeld Airport. The first WIZZ flight from Berlin took off to the capital of Macedonia, Skopje, with 169 passengers on board. Along with Skopje, Wizz Air recently announced two other low fare routes from Berlin, to Cluj, Romania and Kutaisi, Georgia. Each of Wizz Air’s three Berlin services will operate with two weekly flights. Tickets are available from only EUR 24.99* on wizzair.com. By adding Berlin to its growing route network, Wizz Air now offers 420 routes connecting 119 destinations across 38 countries, while providing millions of passengers with reliable air traffic.
Wizz Air’s Routes from Berlin-Schönefeld:
Skopje, Days: Tuesday, Saturday, Starts: 21 March, Fares from: EUR 24.99
Cluj, Days: Wednesday, Sunday, Starts: 3 July, Fares from: EUR 29.99
Kutaisi, Days: Monday, Friday, Starts: 23 September, Fares from: EUR 39.99
(First week of operations Berlin-Skopje: Monday, Thursday, Fares one-way including taxes and non-optional charges)
Gabor Vasarhelyi, Communications Manager at Wizz Air said: ”We are delighted to start flights from another prominent European capital, Berlin, which is the ninth German airport in our ever growing low-fare route network. We are confident that Berlin customers will enjoy visiting one of our three exciting South-European WIZZ destinations, Cluj, Kutaisi and Skopje that all have a striking landscape and excellent hiking opportunities to offer to its visitors. Seats on our Berlin routes are available from just EUR 24.99 on wizzair.com. Our friendly crew looks forward to welcoming you on board a WIZZ flight with a smile!”