According to their information, planes flying on the new routes will take off from Rome Fiumicino International Airport to London – Luton, Liverpool, Eindhoven, Sofia, Tel Aviv, Casablanca, Marrakech, Mykonos, Santorini, Corvo, Zakynthos, Heraklion and Larnaca. , Fuertevora, Sharm El Sheikh, Hurghada, Alexandria, Kharkiv, Pristina, Antalya, Bodrum, Keflavik, Targu Morris, Constanta, Satu Mare, Dubrovnik, Split, Faro, Nice, Prague, Tallinn.
The development will create more than 100 jobs and indirectly create more than 1500 jobs. Additionally, Wizz Air remains faithful to network development. Therefore, it will double its presence in Italy over the next three years.
In the 17 years since the launch of the first flight, the airline has opened 4 bases and operated 25 flights in Italy, serving a total of more than 40 million passengers. The expansion will double the number of seats, allowing nearly 4 million people to travel on Wizz Air flights in Italy each year They wrote.
Based on past information, Wizz Air had already predicted last year that aviation could merge in the first half of 2021, so it continued to evolve during the crisis. Wizz Air launched its first flight to Abu Dhabi in January, and a new base opened in Sarajevo in early February and in Palermo in early March.
A year ago, more than 90 percent of passengers were lost at the start of the epidemic. In the April-June quarter, just over 700,000 passengers were transported instead of the previous over 10 million passengers. Sales decreased from 691 million euros to 90 million euros. In the commercial half ending in September, there was a 70 per cent drop in traffic with 6.6 million passengers, and revenue decreased 71 per cent to 471 million euros. The data for the business year ending in March of this year will be released in June.
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