Low Cost Airline Expansion Plans Include Extra Bulgarian Flight Routes
The low-cost carrier Wizz Air has announced plans to continue extending its operations in Eastern Europe, through the opening of new bases and more routes from its existing ones in Romania and Bulgaria, Balkantravellers.com reported Friday.
The company will now be able to operate flights between Sofia and Basel (Switzerland), Kiev (the Ukraine) and Tunis (Tunisia), after the Bulgarian government declared it as a recognized company to carry out regular international routes between more countries.
Currently, Wizz Air connects Sofia to Barcelona, Brussels, Dortmund, London, Milan, Rome, Valencia, Varna and Venice; Varna to Budapest and Sofia; and Burgas to Budapest, Katowice/Cracow, London, Poznan and Warsaw.
The low-budget airline also announced recent developments and expansion plans for Romania.
The Bulgarian government concluded that these extra routes will increase the number of foreign visitors to Bulgaria in 2009.
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