The Hungarian low-cost carrier announced that it would star operating some of the services from Vienna and London Luton that were suspended during the Covid-19 Pandemic.
According to Reuters, the first flights out of Vienna on May 1 are intended to “offer connections to 20 destinations including Milan, Valencia and Tel Aviv” while the services from London Luton will start in the same date to several destinations in Romania, Budapest in Hungary, Lisbon in Portugal, and Tenerife in Spain, subject to no further government restrictions being announced in the meantime.
Wizz Air UK’s managing director, Owain Jones, said:
As we restart selected Luton flights to provide an essential service to passengers who need to travel, our primary concern is the health, safety and well-being of our customers and crew.
According to the airline, the crew members will wear masks and gloves during the flight, sanitising wipes will be distributed to all passengers and the aircraft will undergo by a disinfection overnight.
The protective measures that we are implementing will ensure the most sanitary conditions possible