Wizz Air expands Tuzla offer
Wizz Air has announced the launch of its second destination from Bosnia and Herzegovina’s third largest city, Tuzla. The low cost airline will launch services from Tuzla to Basel Mulhouse from June 15. Flights are set to operate twice per week, every Tuesday and Saturday. The services will come in handy for the sizable Bosnian diaspora in Switzerland but also those in nearby Germany and France. Additional flight details for the planned new route can be found here. The low cost airline has already put tickets on sale on its website.
The news comes only a week after Wizz Air announced it was launching its first flights to Bosnia and Herzegovina. The airline will inaugurate services from Malmo to Tuzla on May 31. The no frills airline expects to carry up to 30.000 passengers from Tuzla in its first year. The service will also boost passenger numbers at Tuzla Airport which handled 4.191 passengers in 2012, its worst result in more than three years.
With the addition of Bosnia and Herzegovina to its network, Wizz Air will operate more than 260 routes across 31 countries. This summer season, the airline will boast a significant network from the former Yugoslavia. In the table below you can review which destinations the no frills airline will be serving from EX-YU cities.
|Belgrade||Basel, Beauvais, Charleroi, Dortmund, Eindhoven, Gothenburg, London Luton, Malmo, Memmingen, Oslo Torp, Stockholm Skavsta, Corfu, Rhodes|
|Skopje||Basel, Bergamo, Dortmund, Eindhoven, Gothenburg, London Luton, Malmo, Memmingen, Stockholm Skavsta, Treviso|
|Ljubljana||Charleroi, London Luton|