Wizz Air or Wizz Air Hungary
Airlines Ltd. is a low-cost airline of Hungary. Its headquarter is located at Budapest Liszt Ferenc International Airport in Budapest. With a fleet size of 55 aircraft, the airline operates flights to over 90 destinations in 35 different countries across the world.
Comfort and Entertainment onboard is the prime goal of the airline. It provides a single array of seats and facilities for all the passengers. Wizz Café is the highlight of the airline that lets you enjoy hot meals and drinks during your journey by paying a nominal price. Also, the airline features an on-air shopping spot, named Wizz Boutique. It holds a variety of products, ranging from reading materials to gift items.Web check-in
To check-in online, just log on to the website of the airline and fill in the necessary details in the online form. The facility opens 30 days before the flight departure and closes 3 hours prior to the scheduled time of the flight.Wizz Air Starting Two New Low-Fare Services to Poland
Wizz Air, one of the Europe’s fastest growing airlines, is starting two new low-cost services to Poland from the UK. The airline will add flights from Gatwick to Gdansk starting June 15. Gatwick will be the fifth airport in Wizz Air’s network to connect the UK to the Polish port city. Flights from Birmingham to Krakow will operate on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays starting from September 17. With the new routes, Wizz Air offers 96 routes to 27 countries from nine UK airports.Eight Airlines Launching 40 New Routes to Morocco in Summer 2019
Here’s a happy news for tourists from France, Spain, Germany, Greece, Belgium, Austria, and Portugal. As now they will be able to travel to several destinations in Morocco as 8 airlines are launching 40 new routes to Morocco this summer (2019). These airlines include Ryanair, easyJet, Turkish Airlines, Air Arabia, Vueling Airlines, Transavia, Volotea Airlines, and Condor Airlines.
Wizz Air to Offer Daily Flights to London Starting End of May
Wizz Air, the Hungarian low-cost airline, announced daily flights to London, starting from the end of May. The flights will operate between Keflavik International Airport and Luton Airport in London. The new schedule represents an increase of three flights a week, compared to the airline’s present schedule.