Wizz Air has announced the establishment of its seventh Italian facility at Venice Marco Polo Airport.
Wizz Air continues to expand its Italian offering, with two Airbus A321neo aircraft in one of Italy’s most important aviation sectors, as well as the debut of four new domestic services and 12 international destinations to nine countries.
Wizz Air began flying to Italy in 2004 and has since carried over 40 million passengers to and from the country on its over 200 routes.
The launch of Wizz Air’s newest base in Venice Marco Polo airport, which follows the airline’s opening of six bases in Italy (Milan Malpensa, Catania, Palermo, Bari, Naples, and Rome Fiumicino) in only one year, demonstrates Wizz Air’s commitment to the nation.
The two Airbus A321neo planes will help the airline operate 16 services to Cagliari, Naples, Lamezia Terme, Lampedusa, Casablanca, Reykjavik, Mykonos, Santorini, Fuerteventura, Tenerife, Palma de Mallorca, Tallinn, London Luton, Tel Aviv, Prague, and Sharm el Sheikh.
Wizz Air’s large Venice network will boost local tourism, provide more cash to the region, and connect Venice with three new and fascinating, previously unserved destinations: Reykjavik, Tallinn, and Fuerteventura.
Wizz Air already has ten flights from Venice Marco Polo airport to Catania, Tirana, Chisinau, Skopje, Bucharest, Cluj-Napoca, Iasi, Timisoara, St. Petersburg, and Kyiv Zhulyany.
In addition, the airline has announced new routes from Amman to Rome, Milan, Vienna, and Budapest.
Furthermore, the airline will operate flights from Aqaba to Rome, Vienna, Budapest, and Bucharest.