Wizz Air has launched a new flight on Monday, June 17 linking Bukovina region in Central and Eastern Europe to Bavaria, Germany, namely from Suceava, northern Romania to Memmingen, western Munich.
The new route will have three flights a week, on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, for prices of RON 69 (one way including all taxes and non-optional charges).
Memmingen, part of Bavaria is very close to Munich, the capital of the renowned German region. Bavaria Swabia is one of the most popular and picturesque travel destinations in Germany, boasting iconic natural landscapes, cosmopolitan cities and enchanting villages.
Bavaria is famous for its imposing peaks, idyllic lakes, picturesque old towns and the magnificent buildings of Ludwig II, it is captivating thanks to the exciting contrast between tradition and modernity – from opulent buildings to historical monuments through to contemporary art and hip festivals.
Flights to Bavaria are now available from Bucovina – the most visited region in Romania. Bucovina is most famous for its UNESCO World Heritage sites, as well as its incredible natural landscapes. The painted churches are the symbol of Bucovina and the most visited attractions in the region, eight of them are part of the UNESCO World Heritage, listed for their astonishing beauty, particularized by the unique Byzantine style frescoes that cover both, their interior and exterior walls.
Over 690,000 people have flown with Wizz Air from Suceava, with 300,000 last year.
“We are thrilled to launch our new WIZZ route from Suceava to Memmingen. Underlining our commitment to the Moldova and Bucovina region, we look forward to bringing even more exciting opportunities that can best meet our customers’ needs. Our Romanian travelers can now reach one of Europe’s most popular regions, Bavaria, in just a few hours, and visit it from as low as RON 69*. Both Bucovina and Bavaria are among the most beautiful regions in Europe so we are glad to put establish a direct link and ensure that many people now have the opportunity to explore these gems of Europe”, says Paulina Gosk, Corporate Communications Manager at Wizz Air.