Low cost airline Wizz Air announced on Wednesday it will add Nuremberg and Basel to its portfolio of destinations available to Romanian travelers. From 1 October a twice weekly flight will operate from Cluj-Napoca to Nuremberg, while at the end of October twice weekly services will be launched from Bucharest to Basel in Switzerland and Nuremberg in Germany.
Nuremberg, the latest addition to Wizz Air’s destination map, is the second-largest city in Bavaria and the home to the traditional gingerbread (Lebkuchen) products, sausages and handmade toys, and can now be accessed on direct low fare flights from Bucharest and Cluj- Napoca.
With these 3 new services Wizz Air is now offering a total of 84 routes to 40 destinations from Romania.
The airline has also increased frequencies on some of its most popular routes. London Luton can now be reached with 9 weekly flights from Cluj-Napoca and 20 weekly flights from Bucharest, while the popular service from Bucharest to Malaga moves from seasonal to an all-year-round operation to accommodate demand.
Earlier in the month, Wizz Air announced a new Sibiu route to London. Wizz Air’s newest routes from Romania are already on sale and can be booked at wizzair.com.
“Today’s announcement underlines our commitment to Romania. With the three new services we now offer a total of 84 international routes from 7 Romanian airports. The new services to Nuremberg from Bucharest and Cluj-Napoca offer a perfect opportunity for a short getaway at truly affordable fares combined with an excellent travel experience. We hope that our new routes will be welcomed by consumers and benefit the tourism and aviation sectors as we bring more low fares to Romania”, Wizz Air’s corporoate spokesman Daniel de Carvalho said.
Starting this month, Wizz Air also started operating flights from Bucharest to Doncaster Sheffield, Malmo, Malaga and Malta.
Source: Wizz Air