Wizz Air launches operations from its second airport in Ukraine
Wizz Air, the largest low-cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe and Ukraine's largest low-cost carrier, started on April 13 its operations from Lviv's Danylo Halytsky International Airport with the new low-fare route to Wroclaw in Poland.
The flight will be carried out twice week – on Tuesdays and Saturdays, with fares starting from as low as UAH 409, the company's press service said.
"Dedicated to the Ukrainian market for more than 9 years, Wizz Air continues expanding its operations in the country and bringing even more low-fare travel opportunities for its passengers," the company said in a statement.
In 2017, eight new routes are commencing from Ukraine, including the second service from Lviv to Berlin, and the connections from Kyiv to Poznan and Lublin in Poland and Frankfurt Hahn and Hannover in Germany.
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Wizz Air is the pioneer of high quality, lowest fares air travel in the Ukrainian market, and is dedicated to the Ukrainian customers since 2008, when the first international WIZZ flight took off from Kyiv to London Luton. Since then, over 4.8 million passengers have enjoyed truly affordable travel opportunities and excellent service throughout Europe and beyond, on WIZZ's network from Ukraine.
Wizz Air now offers a total of 21 low-fare routes to eight countries from two Ukrainian airports, Kyiv and Lviv, and WIZZ's leisure and business customers can benefit from great value onward travel with WIZZ throughout its network of 140 destinations across 42 countries.