• 2019-09-19 18:50:23
  • João

Wizzair announces a new route between Romania and France!

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Wizz Air announced today a new service from Bucharest to Lyon. Additionally the airline will increase the frequencies on the services from Bucharest to three destinations in Italy and Israel.

The first flight for this new route will be on June 2, 2020 and will be operated 2 times per week. Also from that date the flights to Tel Aviv will increase from 9 to 14 flights weekly, while to Milan Bergamo the frequency be 14 times instead of 11. To Turin, Wizzair will operate flights 4 times a week instead of the previous 3.

New routes:
Bucharest – Lyon (Tuesday,  Saturday, from June 2, 2020)

Frequency Increases:
Bucharest – Tel Aviv (9 to 14 flights / week)
Bucharest – Milan Bergamo  (11 to 14 flights / week)
Bucharest – Lyon  (3 to 4 flights / week)

How to book:
Visit Wizzair.com. To get the lowest rates you have to be a member of Wizz Discount Club (WDC).

Baggage policy:
One personal item per passenger.


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