Wizz Air launches two new routes from Bucharest to Billund and Hannover

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Wizz Air is preparing for the winter schedule, announcing two new operations from Bucharest to Billund and Hannover, a press release informs on Tuesday.

Thus, the two destinations are ready to receive visitors as of December 13 and 16 two flights per week, on Tuesday and on Saturday, respectively on Monday and Friday.

Tickets for the new routes are already available and can be reserved on wizzair.com with prices starting from 109 RON.

“We continue to identify low-cost travel opportunities for our customers, but adding, this time Denmark, the 18th available country from Bucharest at low tariffs, as well as Hannover, the newest airport from Germany. The new routes consolidate the leader position of Wizz in Romania, keeping the commitment to offer passengers a high experience at board, at the lowest tariffs,” Tamara Vallois, head of communications Wizz Air said.

Denmark’s Billund is a small town, but a popular destination for tourists and especially for families with children, most notable as the home of the Lego Group head office. On the outskirts of the town there is a Lego factory, which, as of 2005, manufactured 90 percent of the company’s products. Adjacent to the company’s headquarters is the first Legoland theme park, which opened in 1968 and is called Legoland Billund.

Hannover is the capital of Lower Saxony (Niedersachsen) in Germany. Having a huge exhibition complex built for the World EXPO in 2000 and being host to several of the biggest exhibitions in the world, Hannover calls herself the ‘EXPO City’ or ‘Exhibition City’ (EXPO Stadt/Messestadt).

The largest low-cost carrier in Central and Eastern Europe and the largest air carrier in Romania by number of seats, Wizz Air plans to grow its fleet to 20 aircrafts by the end of 2016, including the ultra-efficient brand new 230-seat Airbus A321.

 

 

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