Locked content Wizz Air will reduce permitted hand luggage

Wizz Air decided to change the rules of hand baggage free of charge. From November 1, each passenger can bring a free hand baggage (40x30x20 cm), while passengers who have purchased Wizz Priority can also take a troller bag (55x40x23 cm) in the cabin. Currently, every Wizz Air passenger can have one...

Locked content Wizz Air has 60 million passengers in Poland

Hungarian low-cost airline Wizz Air reached 60 million passengers in Poland since it had started operating in the country in 2004, Corporate Communications Director Andras Rado said. He also foretasted passenger traffic from and to Poland at 10 million passengers in 2018 compared to 8.1 million a ye...

Locked content Wizz Air to introduce non-stop service from Silesia to Lviv

Budget airline Wizz Air will soon begin offering direct flights from the largest city in Poland’s Lower Silesia region, Wrocław, to the western Ukrainian hub of Lviv, the president of Wrocław’s International Airport said at a press conference on Wednesday. “Air travel will only take [approximately] ...

Locked content Wizz Air sees large increase in business in Poland

Budget airline Wizz Air increased the number of passengers on its routes flying to and from Poland by 13 percent, y/y, the airline stated in a press release over the weekend. During 2016, Wizz transported just under 7 million passengers, on 146 international routes. In 2015 the airline had 5.8 milli...

Locked content Over 15 mln passengers handled in Polish airports

During the first half of 2016, Polish airports handled over 15.2 million people, which is 10 percent more than last year. Warsaw’s Chopin Airport was picked by the most passengers – more than 8.35 million people were handled there since the beginning of the year, of which 7.5 million in intern...

Locked content Wizz Air with new Poland connections in 2015

Budget passenger airline Wizz Air plans to open 13 new destinations from Poland, after increasing the total number of planes by three, said Wizz Air CEO Jozsef Varadi at a press conference. The fleet will then consist of 18 planes. New planes will be quartered in Warsaw, Katowice and Poznań, in cent...

Locked content LOT cancels its flights to Israel

Polish state-controlled airline LOT has suspended all of its flights to Tel-Aviv until Monday. “Due to the tense situation in Israel LOT has decided to suspend all flights to Tel Aviv until the end of Monday July 28. Decision has been made for the sake of safety of our passengers. With this decision...