Wizz Air has placed a seventh aircraft Warsaw Chopin Airport, and last weekend it launched seven routes.
Seven new connections of Wizzair from Chopin Airport
On Friday, June 30, flights were launched to:

• Bratislava (BTS) - Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays (departure from Warsaw 6.35, arrival in Bratislava 7.45, departure from Bratislava 12.25, arrival in Warsaw - 13.35).
• Lyon (LYS) - Mondays and Fridays (departure from Warsaw 18.45, arrival in Lyon 21.05, departure from Lyon 21.35, arrival in Warsaw - 23.55).
• Agadir (AGA) - Mondays and Fridays (departure from Warsaw 16.30, arrival in Agadir 19.50 local time, departure from Agadir 20.35, arrival in Warsaw - 3.30).
• Bucharest (OTP) - Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays (departure from Warsaw 14.15, arrival in Bucharest 17.00 local time, departure from Bucharest 17.30, arrival in Warsaw - 18.15). Flights on this route are already being made from Warsaw Chopin Airport by LOT Polish Airlines.

On Saturday, July 1st, flights to:

• Kiev Zhuliany (IEV) - Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays (departure from Warsaw at 8.00, arrival in Kiev at 10.30 am local time, departure from Kiev at 11.00, arrival in Warsaw at 11.30).
• Nice (NCE) - Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays (departure from Warsaw at 12.00, arrival in Nice 14:25, departure from Nice 14.55, arrival in Warsaw - 17.10).

Both routes are already offered from Warsaw Chopin Airport by LOT Polish Airlines.

On Sunday, July 2nd, one new connection was launched - to Lamezia Terme - on Wednesdays and Sundays. Departure from Warsaw is scheduled on 18.45, arrival at Lamezia Terme - 21.10; Departure from Lamezia Terme o 21.40, arrival in Warsaw on 23.55.

All routes are operated by A320 aircraft. Warsaw is one of the first cities where Wizz Air started its business in 2004. Since then the airline has carried more than 14 million passengers on routes in the Warsaw network of connections.

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Chopin Airport in Warsaw is the largest airport in Poland. In 2016, the port has handled 12.8 million passengers – an increase by 14.4 percent than in 2015. The airport is managed by the “Polish Airports” State Enterprise, which employs more than 1.5 thousand people.
 

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