Wizz Air inaugurates base in Larnaka Airport

Wizz Air inaugurates base in Larnaka Airport

Hermes Airports and Wizz Air inaugurated the base of the airline in Cyprus and welcomed the first two of the three aircraft that will be based at Larnaka Airport. This is a positive development which will further enhance the connectivity of the country with the operation of 36 routes in 20 countries.

The welcoming of the flights at Larnaka Airport was made with consecutive water arch salutations whilst the passengers were greeted received welcoming gifts from Hermes Airports, so that they can take a piece of Cyprus back with them.

The Senior Manager Aviation Development and Communication of Hermes Airports Maria Kouroupi welcomed the Chief Marketing Officer of Wizz Air Ms. Zsuzsa Poos to Cyprus.

Yesterday, the airline operated 20 flights, 10 arrivals and 10 departures, 6 of which were base flights to Athens, Thessaloniki, and Copenhagen (3 arrivals and 3 departures).

During the first week (1-7 July 2020) 134 will be operated by Wizz Air (67 arrivals and 67 departures), out of which 42 where base flights (21 arrivals and 21 departures).

The below table includes the base routes from Cyprus

Base routes starting as of July 1, 2020 Base routes starting as of August 1, 2020
Athens, Thessaloniki (Greece) Heraklion (Greece)
Copenhagen (Denmark) Paris Beauvais (France)
Dortmund, Memmingen, Karlsruhe

(Germany)

Eindhoven (Netherlands)
Billund (Denmark) Prague (Czech Republic)
Wroclaw (Poland) Gstaad (Poland)
Turku (Finland)  
Salzburg (Austria)  
Suceava (Romania)  

 

The table below includes the rest of the flight schedule of the airline from Cyprus:

Routes Countries
Vienna Austria
Sofia, Varna Bulgaria
Skopje North Macedonia
Cluj, Iasi, Bacau*

*The route starts in November

Romania
Belgrade Serbia
Budapest, Debrecen Hungary
Kiev, Lviv Ukraine
Krakow, Katowice,

Warsaw

Poland
Kutaisi Georgia
Vilnius Lithuania
London Luton United Kingdom
Chisinau Moldavia
Yerevan Armenia

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