Property in Romania

Low cost operator comes to Romania


Wizz Air, the largest low-cost airline company in Central and Eastern Europe, announced it would launch eight new flights in Romania, which will become operational starting January 2007. The new flights add even more to the recently launched Targu Mures-Budapest route. The company will operate its flights from the Baneasa, Arad and Targu Mures airports. The tickets can be bought through the company’s website or its call center. In order to promote its expansion in Romania, the company offers 10,000 free tickets on all the company’s available routes, the only cost being airport taxes. “The expansion in Romania represents a normal strategic step for us, because we believe this market to be appropriate for the offer made by Wizz Air: quality services at low prices,” said the company’s CEO, Jozsef Varadi.

Date posted: June 3, 2006