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Wizz Air's low fares arrive in Malta

Malta Independent Thursday, 24 January 2013, 14:51 Last update: about 6 years ago

Wizz Air, the largest low-cost, low-fare airline in Central and Eastern Europe, today announced its new Budapest-Malta route which will initially operate two times per week from 17th May 2013.

Wizz Air commenced its pan-European low-cost operations in 2004 and has since grown to offer over 250 low-fare routes across 30 countries connecting 84 destinations. The company’s aim is to make flying on the West-East axis more affordable, as well as to provide a new travel experience to all travelers in Europe. Wizz Air deploys the latest technology to ensure that the “Wizz Air experience” is outstanding in terms of service and value for money.  

Wizz Air’s arrival in Malta is great news for the people of Malta and the tourism industry as for the first time travellers between Malta and Budapest will enjoy really low fares paired with Wizz Air’s great service. Malta flights to and from Hungary’s capital city are now available for booking with fares from just € 27.99 each way on wizzair.com.

NEW ROUTE MALTA-BUDAPEST:

Starts

Days

Schedule

Fares from

17 May

Mon; Fri

09:30hrs

€27.99

 

 

 

Daniel de Carvalho, Corporate Communications Manager at Wizz Air, said: "Wizz Air is delighted to bring really low fares to Malta and launch its new route to Budapest, also known as the “Paris of the East”. We expect our low fares to be a driving force in generating more tourism both in Hungary and Malta with our new route set to carry 30,000 passengers in the first year of operation. With fares starting from just €27.99 the airlink to Budapest will now be attractive for tourism and city breaks and also offer unbeatable value for business travelers. Maltese tourists will enjoy Hungary’s world class SPA’s, dental and health care services as well as renowned gastronomy and wineries. Budapest has something to offer for everybody and will please those seeking the thrill of bargain hunting in the shopping centers and those in search of peaceful retreats and wellness experiences alike. Today we urge our Maltese passengers to snap up the lowest fares quickly on wizzair.com.”

Wizz Air is the largest low-fare, low-cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe and operates a fleet of 39 Airbus A320 aircraft from 16 bases with over 250 routes connecting 84 destinations across 30 countries. At Wizz Air a team of 1,500 professionals deliver superior service and very low airfares making Wizz Air the preferred choice of over 13.5 million passengers in 2013

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