There new base in Malpensa of Wizz Air was announced by the CEO and founder of the company József Váradi in the presence of the CEO of Sea (Milan airports) Armando Brunini.
“We will base five aircraft in Milan from July: twenty new routes doubling the existing ones”. In 2019 the airline carried over two million passengers, with 21 routes. The new routes are London Luton, Porto, Lisbon, Gran Canaria, Seville, but also Pristina, Tallinn, Athens and Thessaloniki, Santorini, Marrakesh, in total they will now be 41
The company had already reduced traffic on Malpensa in March but he assured that he has maximum financial strength: “If the system also stopped for 24 months, we would have financial flow. We have never stopped even in these months “.
The low cost airline has also underlined its intention to continue the renewal of the fleet, despite the difficult period (22 new aircraft have been discussed for the next few months).
The new Wizz Air routes at Malpensa
There are 21 new routes for the Hungarian carrier. Let’s start with the daily ones: on July 3 flights to London (Luton) Eindhoven, Mahon, in the Balearic Islands Spanish, e Lisbon.
Daily flights will depart from 17 July Valencia is Tel Aviv, while from July 31 the connection with Athens.
As for weekly flights, three flights will depart on 3 July Tenerife (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday), two flights to Gran Canaria (Wednesday and Friday).
From 17 July five weekly flights to Port; three for Pristina in Kosovo and two for Tallinn, in Estonia.
On July 31, several routes will depart, also in view of a traditionally very busy month like August, but which this year will be greatly reduced. “We won’t be able to get last year’s numbers,” admitted Armando Brunini, taking into account the experience of bridge in 2019 and the devastating impact of Covid-19 this year. “But from about mid-June we are counting on putting the machine back into operation with confidence”.
A lot of Greece but also the Morocco: four weekly flights to Athens, Zakynthos, Santorini, Corfu, Rhodes is Santorini, which will have five flights. For Morocco, four flights are scheduled to Marrakech.
The novelty of Iceland: three flights to Reykjavik
“It is a market that we have recently discovered,” said Wizz Air CEO József Váradi, announcing the new low cost route to the Icelandic capital. “It is a market yet to be discovered, but we believe there are great opportunities. Icelanders love Italy, and vice versa there is also great curiosity. ” The flights – scheduled for Monday, Wednesday and Friday – will depart on 3 July and the base fare will be 44.99 euros.