Europe’s fastest-growing and largest airline, Wizz Air, the fastest-growing and most environmentally-friendly airline in Europe*, has allocated two of its Airbus A321neo aircraft to its base in Cyprus, announcing further expansion of its operations.
The allocation of these aircraft allows Larnaca International Airport to launch three new routes and increase frequency on six routes. Tickets for the new routes are already available for purchase on wizzair.com and the airline’s mobile app.
The addition of two more aircraft to Wizz Air’s Larnaca base will bring the total number of aircraft at the base to four. The move increases the number of routes from the base to 32, including the introduction of three new routes from the third largest city in Cyprus.
In Saudi Arabia, passengers can now fly to Dammam, Jeddah, and Riyadh. In addition, the additional capacity enables Wizz Air to increase the frequency of its flights to Athens, London Luton, Prague, Tel Aviv, Thessaloniki, and Yerevan from the base.
As stated by Wizz Air President Robert Carey, “We are delighted to be expanding in Cyprus, demonstrating our commitment to growing our presence in the market by doubling the number of aircraft we will operate from the country. The allocation of these two additional aircraft in Larnaca allows us to further strengthen our market offer, providing our Cypriot customers the opportunity to travel on a total of 32 routes to 18 countries with us and increase the tourism to the island of love as well, connecting Cyprus with so many destinations.”