Wizz Air, a Hungarian low-cost airline, will increase the frequency of its flights to certain destinations from Kyiv. The airline will perform more flights from the Zhuliany airport to Budapest, Menningen, Dortmund, Cologne, Hamburg, and Bratislava.
This was announced by the airline’s Communications Director Tamara Vallois, the CFTS correspondent reports.
The airline will perform flights to Budapest daily (it currently performs these flights six times per week), increase the numbers of flights to Dortmund, Bratislava, and Menningen to four per week, and increase the numbers of fights to Cologne and Hamburg to three per week.
As the CFTS earlier reported, Wizz Air will begin flying from Kyiv to Copenhagen and Nuremberg in August 2017. It started operating flights on the Kyiv-Bratislava route on 17 December.