Wizz Air Announces 7th Polish Airport from London Luton
Published: 01 July 2012
Wizz Air, the largest low-cost, low-fare airline in Central and Eastern Europe, has announced it will start flying from London Luton to Lublin from 18th December 2012.
Wizz Air is renowned for growing tourism between Western and Eastern Europe and its low fares support traffic growth and jobs at airports providing low cost facilities. Lublin airport is the latest addition to Wizz Air’s network of now 78 airports across 27 countries.
Wizz Air’s Lublin route from London Luton will operate Mondays and Fridays and is on sale now. Early bookers on the Lublin – London Luton route can book on www.wizzair.com with fares from £15.00 (including taxes and highest booking fee).
“We are pleased to announce our new low-fare route from London Luton to Lublin. Polish hospitality has been advertised all across Europe during the Euro 2012 encounters and Wizz Air’s low fares make it possible to capitalize on this renewed interest in Poland as an excellent tourism destination.”, - said Daniel De Carvalho, Corporate Communications Manager at Wizz Air.
For more information contact London Luton Airport Press Office: firstname.lastname@example.org
Notes to Editors:
London Luton Airport is one of the UK’s largest airports and carried 9.5 million passengers in 2011. The Airport directly and indirectly employs over 500 and 8,000 staff respectively, is a key economic driver for the region and a major base for ‘low cost’ or ‘no frills’ air travel.
easyJet, Wizz Air, Ryanair, Monarch, Thomson, Aer Lingus, EL AL, Blue Air, Flybe and Adria Airways operate from the airport, departing to 100 destinations including services to Europe, Africa, and Asia, with onward connections to Mumbai, Hong Kong, Johannesburg, Beijing and Bangkok via Tel Aviv.
London Luton Airport Operations Limited, through its parent company TBI Limited, is owned jointly by the leading international infrastructure provider abertis Infraestructuras S.A. (with a 90 per cent shareholding) and the international business arm of Aena, the Spanish national airport and air traffic control organisation, Aena Desarrollo Internacional S.A. (with a 10 per cent shareholding).
London Luton Airport has been nominated by the Mayor of London as one of 35 locations to host Olympic London Ambassadors. The Airport is expected to be a significant transport hub for the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic games, welcoming travelling athletes and guests attending the events. London Luton’s close proximity to London and excellent rail link to St Pancras International will make it one of the fastest and most convenient gateways to the Games.