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Wizz Air unveils three routes from Ukraine

News Thursday, 21 March 2013 11:32 Written by 

From July, the low-cost carrier will fly Kiev–Vilnius, Kiev–Sofia and Donetsk–Dortmund.

Wizz Air Ukraine has announced three new routes, raising its network to 22 services from five airports across the country.

 

Kiev–Vilnius flights start on July 5 and will depart at 6.20am on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. Kiev–Sofia begins on July 6 and takes off at 11.55am on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Donetsk–Dortmund will run from July 6, leaving at 5.15pm on Tuesday and Saturday.

 

Wizz Air flights from Donetsk were announced in January, with a service to Georgia from late April.

 

Wizz Air recently announced the arrival of a new A320 at its hub at Kiev (Zhuliany) airport (IEV). The Airbus aircraft is the first A320 with sharklets in Ukraine, said the carrier, which said the wing enhancements will facilitate new routes by extending range.

 

From March 31, the carrier’s third А320 at Kiev will increase the frequency of flights on routes from Kiev and Lviv. The A320 will then open flights from Donetsk and Kharkiv to Kutaisi from April 23 and July 1, respectively, said Wizz Air Ukraine.

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