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 the Austrian capital is important: it plans to invest 570 million dollars in the next 9 months and become the second operator in importance by 2019.
“By 2019, our new base operations at Vienna will create more than 200 local jobs with WIZZ and the new destinations added to the network mean even greater choice for WIZZ’s Austrian passengers to discover Europe at truly low fares through a network of 30 routes to 22 countries”, said George Michalopoulos, commercial director of Wizz Air.