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Wizz Air Abu Dhabi ups operations from the UAE

Posted 4 October 2021 · Add Comment

Wizz Air Abu Dhabi will commence seven new routes in the upcoming weeks bringing its third aircraft to full capacity after the eased travel restrictions were introduced in the Abu Dhabi Emirate recently.

 

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The national airline will operate routes to Sarajevo )Bosnia & Herzegovina(, Odesa (Ukraine), Muscat (Oman), Almaty (Kazakhstan), Sohag (Egypt), Baku (Azerbaijan) and Kutaisi (Georgia).

 

With the recent introduction of eased travel guidelines as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, Wizz Air Abu Dhabi will be ramping up its operations further in the coming months by adding additional frequencies to Alexandria (Egypt), Belgrade (Serbia), Kyiv (Ukraine) and Tirana (Albania). The airline plans to add another aircraft to its existing three aircraft by the start of the new calendar year.

 

Additionally, Wizz Air Hungary announces that it will move its flights destined to the United Arab Emirates to Abu Dhabi as of April 2022. The airline will commence shortly with operating its already announced flights to Dubai from Catania (Italy), Katowice (Poland) and Cluj-Napoca (Romania).

 

Kees Van Schaick, managing director of Wizz Air Abu Dhabi, said: “Wizz Air Abu Dhabi continues to demonstrate the popularity of its services by adding more routes to its network as pandemic restrictions are lifted across the world and notably in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi. The UAE residents are itching for the chance to enjoy world-class culture and entertainment destinations. With convenient and seamless booking through wizzair.com, and with low-fare flights, customers can access some of the best destinations at simply remarkable prices. Our network from Abu Dhabi will expand rapidly as travel restrictions ease up, getting a significant boost when Wizz Air Hungary will start operating its flights to Abu Dhabi as of April 2022.

 

Our WIZZ Flex policy provides customers with additional peace-of-mind, demonstrating how Wizz Air Abu Dhabi continues to cater to the requirements of the modern traveller. In culmination, we are proud to add these seven routes to our operations, demonstrating our airlines’ sustained offerings for regional customers.”

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