Hungarian low-cost carrier Wizz Air will launch 5 new routes out of the Serbian capital of Belgrade as it widens its commercial travel footprint.
Wizz Air has recently invested in a new aircraft, which is being allocated and deployed across the airline's services, enabling the launch of five exciting new routes out of Belgrade as well as increased frequency on five existing routes.
For those looking to travel from Belgrade and explore more distant destinations, there are now more options available than ever before, with tickets available now at wizzair.com or on the airline's mobile app.
Wizz Air has recently announced that they are expanding their Belgrade base by allocating an additional aircraft, bringing the total number of aircraft to four. This move will provide passengers with even more opportunities to explore the world, as the airline will be launching a total of 23 routes from Serbia’s capital city.
The expansion of the Belgrade base is part of Wizz Air’s ongoing efforts to grow its network and improve travel options for passengers. With new routes to popular destinations such as London, Rome, and Berlin, this expansion will make it even easier for travelers in Serbia to explore the world.
Wizz Air is increasing its capacity, making it possible for the airline to offer more frequent flights from their base to five popular destinations: Barcelona, Dortmund, Eindhoven, Paris Beauvaris and Rome – Fiumicino. This increase in capacity has opened up new opportunities for travelers to explore these cities with greater ease and convenience.
"We are delighted to be expanding in Belgrade, demonstrating our commitment to the Serbian market where we are the number one ULCC carrier by both seat and passenger numbers. From July 2023 we will operate 4 aircraft from the airport and with that connect Serbia’s capital with plenty of destinations. The allocation of our latest aircraft in Belgrade allows us to further strengthen our market offer, providing our Serbian customers the opportunity to travel on a total of 23 routes in 13 countries from Belgrade and to another 5 routes from within the country.” comments Evelin Jeckel, Network Officer of Wizz Air.