• 21.7.2022 15:57
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Wizz Air launches two new routes between Abu Dhabi and Kuwait or Maldives!

Wizz Air announced the launch of two new routes between Abu Dhabi, UAE to and Kuwait or Maldives! Operations start this Fall!

In a press release, the ultra-low-fare airline announced the expansion with its UAE route portfolio with two new destinations: Maldives and Kuwait.

Wizz Air Abu Dhabi, the ultra-low-fare national airline of the UAE, today announces it will launch two new routes from Abu Dhabi to the idyllic island paradise of the Maldives, and the airline’s fifth key destination in the Gulf, Kuwait. The new routes will offer travellers the opportunity to explore marvellous destinations in line with the airline’s ambition to provide tourists and residents in the UAE and the region with hassle-free, affordable travel options.

The airline will start flying to the Maldives four times a week, from October 4. The operation to Kuwait starts a few weeks later with daily flights commencing on October 30. Both will be operated using an Airbus A321neo.

Flights expected to be available on Wizz Air website very soon.

New Routes:
✈️Abu Dhabi  – Male (Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday from October 4)

✈️ Abu Dhabi – Kuwait (Daily, from October 30)

Baggage policy:
Priority Boarding passengers: 2 free carry-on bags (1 cabin bag 55 × 40 × 20 cm, up to 10 kg plus 1 small bag (40 x 20 x 25 cm)
Non-priority passengers: 1 small carry-on bag (40 x 20 x 25 cm)

Hotel

Take off to stunning Maldives and book your stay at 4* Triton Prestige Seaview and Spa with great reviews. Set in Maafushi, this hotel features an infinity pool, fitness centre, hot tub, a restaurant and air conditioned rooms with seating area, flat-screen TV with satellite channels

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