London Luton launches Lodz
Published: 21 September 2011
London Luton Airport and Wizz Air, the largest low fare - low cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe, are proud to announce yet another new route. Launched on 13th September 2011 the service to Lodz, Poland operates three times per week from London Luton Airport. Prices start from £17.99 one way including taxes and charges.
The airline reached a landmark this summer having carried more than eight million passengers from London Luton since its launch at the Airport in May 2004. This reflects the Airline’s increasing popularity as the carrier of choice to over 20 Central and Eastern European destinations.
The newest addition to the growing route network, Lodz, is the second largest Polish city. It features fine Art Nouveau architecture, bustling nightlife and the most famous Polish film school. Splitting Łódź in two, ulica Piotrkowska is the commercial and social heart of the city. Measuring a little under five kilometres, it is Europe’s longest pedestrian street and is lined with restaurants, beer gardens and a mix of neo-renaissance and art nouveau buildings.
Simon Harley, Business Development Manager at London Luton Airport, says, "We are delighted to announce the start of this service to Lodz and now have a total of 23 routes on sale with Wizz Air. Wizz Air's rapid growth in recent years has made the airline a key partner in London Luton Airport's drive to offer low cost air travel within an easy reach of passengers from London, the Midlands and the South East.”
For further information or to book flights visit www.wizzair.com