Hungarian lowcost airline was first registered in summer 2003. Just after 11 months after they opened their first route from Katowice.
Today, Wizz Air operates in more than 600 routes, in 44 countries.
Tallinn – Kiev and Tallinn-London routes were opened in June 2018. A new route to Kutaisi, Georgia, will start in August 2019. Then Italian cities Milan, Venice, Rome and Naples. Finally London Luton.
You will find a routemap here.
In May 2015 Wizz Air started its course to fully rejuvenate its brand and to change wholly its aircraft livery for a new type of Airbus A321neo airplanes.
Wizz Air’s main goal is to make flying affordable for the Central Eastern European travellers. This goal can be achieved mainly due to flying to a mix of primary, secondary and regional airports. But this wide route network is also providing a new travel experience to all travellers in other EU countries as well.
The idea behind low cost travelling is quite simple. Traveller is offered to purchase a ticket that includes only handluggage (size 20x30x40cm). As all travellers have different needs, Wizz Air has a solid list of additional services that can be purchased with the ticket. Complete list of services can be found here.
And, all fares are bundled into 3 main group. Please find information here.
Wizz Discount Club does offer to save valuable money. WIZZ Priority, WIZZ Flex, WIZZ Privilege Pass have bundled services packs to suite different travellers needs and requirements.
Wizz Air does not belong to any airline alliance.