Wizz Air aircraft Austria Wizz Air 

Wizz Air opens base in Austria

The low-cost airline will offer five new destinations and plans major investments. Wizz Air disembarked at the Vienna International Airport (VIE) last April, but as of yesterday it consolidated its base in Austria. The airline will also start operating with one of its new Airbus A320 aircraft and will incorporate five new destinations that will boost traffic and the influx of tourists in the Central European country. Valencia, Rome-Fiumicino and Malta began to operate yesterday, while today the destinations of Bari and Tel Aviv are added. Wizz Air’s commitment to…

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Joon began its first long-haul route

The new low-cost airline belonging to Air France-KLM, began its flights between Paris and Cairo yesterday. Last year the Air France-KLM group launched its low-cost airline, called Joon, aimed especially at Millennials passengers, that is, young people between 18 and 35 years old whose life revolves around digital technology. Yesterday, the airline launched its first long-haul flight between the Paris-Charles de Gaulle International Airport (CDG) in France and the Cairo International Airport (CAI) in Egypt. The new air route is operated with renewed Airbus A340 aircraft configured in three classes and will…

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Ryanair will start flights to Ukraine in the month of October

The low cost airline reported the start of flights to the cities of Kyiv and Lviv. Today, Ryanair announced its plans to link Ukraine with the rest of Europe through 15 air routes to the cities of Kyiv and Lviv. The low cost company will start its new services in the month of October, for the winter season in Europe. In this way, Ukraine joins the network of 36 countries where Ryanair operates. It is estimated that the airline carries around 800,000 passengers in the first year. Routes from Kyiv-Boryspil…

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Norwegian received authorization to fly to Canada

The low cost airline seeks to link the North American country with Europe. On March 5, the Canadian Transportation Agency (CTA) reported its decision to approve the operations of the low-cost airline Norwegian in Canada. The company seeks to establish air routes between Europe and Canada as part of its expansion plan in the long-haul flight market. Norwegian must now wait for other permits mainly from the Ministry of Transportation of the American country although it can already commercialize the tickets. The airline plans to start the service after July 23,…

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