The Wizz Air low-cost airline has decided to begin operating passenger flights between Kharkiv and Vienna. The flights will be performed from November 25.

According to the airline, eight new routes from the Austrian capital will be introduced on that date.

Ticket prices will start from EUR 10 for one-way flights. Tickets are already on sale.

The airline will fly to Kharkiv on Wednesdays and Sundays and, from March 23, 2019, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays.

As reported recently, Wizz Air will station two additional Airbus A321 airliners in Vienna by March next year.

Wizz Air recently decided to close its base at the Kosice airport (Slovak), which is located 90 kilometers from the border with Ukraine. The carrier is also reducing the number of its routes in Slovakia from four to one.

In addition, the low-cost airline will close its bases in Lublin (Poland), Prague (Czech Republic), and Targu Mures (Romania) in June this year. The low-cost airline also stopped operating flights to Brno (Czech Republic) in January.

The Indigo Partners holding company (United States) ordered 274 A320neo and 156 A321neo airliners from Airbus at the end of last year. The company will add the airliners to the fleets of its four low-cost airlines. Wizz Air will receive the largest number of airliners (72 A320neo and 74 A321neo airliners).