Wizz Air was established in 2004 and has grown rapidly. It operates flights from main and regional airports in the UK to Katowice, Warsaw, Poznan, Wroclaw, Bourgas, Bucharest, Zagreb, Gdansk, Sofia, Timisoara and Cluj-Napola. It’s destinctive aircraft can be seen at nine UK airports plus Cork in Ireland. Its low cost pricing policy means that it is best to book early to get the best fares and flights are always full at peak travel times.
Wizz Air has a very young fleet of 19 matched 180 seat Airbus A320 aircraft which are easily identifiable in their dramatic pink and purple livery. Orders are in place for a further 80 aircraft Wizz Air is living up to its name with a spectacular rate of growth. Recent additiona to the route network include flights from London-Luton to Timisoara, Bournemouth to Katowice, Doncaster to Gdansk, Coventry to Katowice and Warsaw to Durham Teeside and Belfast. These developments sum up the airline’s approach to the market place capitalising on regional destinations and secondary airports (London Luton rather than London Heathrow) on routes with strong traffic growth as the enlarged E.C. allows more freedom of employment and settlement. This is a thoroughly professional airline with a strong brand and great customer service. Try it, if you’re looking for flights to Poland or Hungary - this is way to fly.