Low-cost airline Wizz Air said on March 19 that it would five new flights to the Bulgarian capital city of Sofia, as well as expand some existing routes, after adding a fifth Airbus A320 jet to its Sofia base.
“By expanding our Sofia fleet, we create more travel options and a greater choice of destinations in Italy, Germany and Switzerland. The new services from Sofia offer a perfect opportunity to visit the Italian beaches or enjoy the beautiful landscape of the Alps in Switzerland and Germany at truly affordable fares combined with an excellent travel experience,” Wizz Air chief commercial officer Gyorgy Abran said in a statement.
The five new destinations Bari and Naples in southern Italy, Munich-Memmingen and Cologne in Germany, as well Geneva in Switzerland. The new flights will begin operating in mid-September, with tickets already on sale, priced at between 50 leva and 60 leva for a one-way trip.
The airline will also increase the number of number of weekly flights on the existing routes from Sofia to London-Luton (rising to 14 flights a week), Bologna, Larnaca, Dubai and Malta.