Wizz Air, the largest low-cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe, announced on Tuesday further expansion at the Katowice International Airport (KTW). This news follows the announcement of the fifth based aircraft, opening of one new route and increased frequencies on some of the most popular routes.
The 5th Katowice based aircraft will be delivered on 29th of March 2015. Wizz Air also announced one new service starting on 31st of March 2015 from Katowice to Belfast. The carrier will operate the new destination two times a week – on Tuesday and Saturday. Fares start from PLN 119.
With this new service Wizz Air is now offering a total of 27 routes from KTW. The airline has also increased frequencies on some of the most popular routes across its Katowice network. These include: Katowice to London Luton (increase of weekly flights from 14 to 18), Katowice – Oslo Torp (from 5 to 7), Katowice – Doncaster Sheffield (from 4 to 5), Katowice – Malme (from 3 to 4), Katowice – Stavanger (from 2 to 3), Katowice – Bergen (from 2 to 3) and Katowice – Stockholm Skavsta (from 2 to 3). The expanded network of all the flights will be in operation from 29th of March 2015.
Earlier this summer, WizzAir announced to add two new routes from Katowice: flights to Glasgow and Maastricht will be started on 26th and 28th of October 2014, respectively. The airline will operate the new services two times a week – on Wednesday and Sunday to Glasgow, and on Tuesday and Saturday to Maastricht. Fares start from PLN 119 and PLN 79, respectively.