Wizz Air, massive expansion of its Belgrade base

Wizz Air announced a massive expansion of its Serbian operations, adding one new Airbus A321 aircraft to the Belgrade base as well as converting the other two based aircraft to Airbus A321 from August 2020.

The new aircraft will join the fleet in July 2020, which will grow the local Belgrade fleet to three aircraft.

In July 2020, Wizz Air will launch 9 new routes from Belgrade to: Hamburg, Cologne, Friedrichshafen (Germany), Brussels Charleroi (Belgium), Milan Malpensa (Italy), Lisbon (Portugal), Barcelona El Prat (Spain), Oslo Sandefjord Torp (Norway), Turku (Finland).

Tickets for all new routes can already be booked from as low as BGN 37.99.

First Wizz flight from Serbia departed in 2010

Belgrade was one of the first airports in the SEE region for Wizz Air with flights to Dortmund and London.

Wizz Air now offers 28 routes to 16 countries from 2 Serbian airports: 23 routes from Belgrade and 5 routes from Niš.

The conversion of the entire Belgrade fleet to A321 operations would mean an annual capacity of 1,31 million seats on sale from Belgrade.

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