Wizz Air, the Hungarian low-cost airline is expanding its services and increasing the number of flights to Cyprus starting September 17th.
The company will be increasing the number of flights from Luton to Larnaca in Cyprus from seven to ten flights per week from September 2018.
After its recent purchase of flights slots from the administrators of Monarch Airlines, which collapsed on October 2nd, the company is expanding its fleet based at Luton from one to seven aircraft.
The airline announced that in addition to the increasing number of Larnaca flights it was also launching flights to Athens, Reykjavik & Bari from London Luton.
Wizz CEO Jozsef Varadi, said: “2017 has been a milestone year for WIZZ at London Luton and we continue to invest in our operations there. The new routes announced today expand our network from London Luton to 45 routes to 22 countries, giving our customers the opportunity to travel to a wide variety of destinations at the lowest prices."
As the second largest airline operating at London Luton, WIZZ has carried more than 5.56 million passengers on its low fare routes in the past 12 months, an increase of 11% compared to the previous period. Following the continuous investment, in 2018, Wizz Air will offer more than 7.4 million seats on sale on 45 routes to 22 countries from London Luton airport, representing 23% growth year on year.
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