Eastern Europe's leading low-cost carrier, Wizz Air, announced a new route from Sofia to sunny Malaga.
Commencing on 27 March 2018, the newest WIZZ service will be operated twice a week, on Tuesdays and Saturdays, providing customers with a convenient schedule for weekend getaways. Seats on the route are already on sale and can be booked on wizzair.com or via the WIZZ mobile app from just €29.99 / BGN 58.99*, which includes a free hand luggage allowance of up to 55x40x23cm maximum dimensions.
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Following the recent addition of Nice and Lisbon to its Sofia network, Malaga is already the 3 sunny destination WIZZ will connect with the Bulgarian capital from next March. With the Bratislava, Catania and domestic Varna services, which all have commenced this year, Wizz Air now offers 33 low-fare routes from its Sofia base.
Wizz Air’s first Bulgarian flight took off from Sofia in September 2005. Since then, the airline has become the market leader in the country and carried over 10 million passengers from and to its three Bulgarian airports: Sofia, Varna and Bourgas, while constantly expanding its operations.
Wizz Air has now eight aircraft based in Bulgaria, seven at Sofia and one at Varna Airport, employing 300 customer-oriented crew. In the first eight months of 2017, over 1.6 million passengers traveled with WIZZ to and from Bulgaria, 40% more than in the same period of the previous year. With its extensive network, the airline’s operations supports more than 1300** indirect jobs in associated industries in 2017.
With its newest Malaga route, Wizz Air now offers 43 routes from its three Bulgarian airports.
|Malaga||Tuesday, Saturday||27 March 2018||€29.99 / BGN 58.99|
* One way including all taxes and non-optional charges
**ACI suggests creation of 750 on-site jobs for every 1 million carried passengers per year