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Cluj Airport announces three new routes, additional flights on existing destinations and a 4th Wizz Air aircraft for Cluj-Napoca base

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Cluj Airport announces three new routes, additional flights on existing destinations and a 4th Wizz Air aircraft for Cluj-Napoca base

 

Cluj-Napoca: 03 July, 2014  - During a press conference, Mr. David Ciceo, Managing Director of Cluj Avram Iancu International Airport, and John Stephenson, Executive Vice President of Wizz Air, announced  the deployment of the 4th Wizz Air aircraft for Cluj operational base, and new routes opening from Cluj Avram Iancu International Airport, starting from December, 2014.

From December 20, 2014, Cluj Avram Iancu International Airport passengers, will be able to travel with a frequency of two flights per week to the destination Cologne (Germany) and from December 21, 2014, there will be regular flights to Geneva (Switzerland) and Malmö (Sweden). These routes are added to the recently announced destination, Nuremberg (Germany) which will be operated from October 1, 2014.

 

 

With the deployment of the 4th aircraft  for  Cluj-Napoca operational base , Wizz Air has also increased frequencies  to five of the existing routes,  Milan-Bergamo, Paris-Beauvais, Dortmund, Bologna and Rome-Ciampino.  

 


 

David Ciceo, Managing Director, Cluj Avram Iancu International Airport, said: "Cluj Avram Iancu International Airport is proud to welcome the 4th Wizz Air aircraft at Cluj base.  Wizz Air 4th aircraft presence here, in Cluj, provides new international travel options for our passengers, more air travelers and greater economic advantages for businesses in our region."

John Stephenson, Wizz Air’s Executive Vice President, said: "Today we are thrilled to announce the deployment of a 4th Airbus A320 aircraft in Cluj-Napoca. We stay committed by creating more local jobs and stimulating tourism in the Cluj-Napoca region. With the three new services we now offer a total of 20 international routes. We hope that our new routes will be welcomed by consumers and benefit the tourism and aviation sectors as we bring more low fares to Romania.”

Decision Wizz Air to add a new aircraft to its base in Cluj, supports the development of the routes from Cluj International Airport Avram Iancu and strengthens the company's presence in Romania market carriers.

 

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