Wizz Air will launch six new connections and will increase frequencies on 17 existing routes in Italy for the 2024 summer season. In total, it will operate there 230 connections to more than 40 countries.
To propose his “largest program ever offered in Italy“, the Hungarian low cost added, between March and July 2024, four new Airbus A321neo in its two Italian bases – three additional planes at Rome-Fiumicino and one at Milan-Malpensa. In the summer of 2024, it will have 14 planes parked in Rome and eight in Milan.
From spring-summer 2024, Wizz Air, Italy’s third largest airline, will introduce six new routes from the country: from Rome-Fiumicino to Berlin, Hamburg (Germany), Alicante (Spain) and Denmark (Copenhagen) as well as from Milan -Malpensa in Paris-Beauvais (France) and Tenerife (Spain). At the same time, it will strengthen its offer on routes from Rome to Madrid, Barcelona, Malaga, Valencia (Spain), London-Gatwick (United Kingdom), Prague (Czech Republic), Yerevan (Armenia), Eindhoven (Country Bas), Amman (Jordan), Sharm el-Sheikh (Egypt), Porto (Portugal), Suceava (Romania), Rzeszow (Poland), Baku (Azerbaijan); and from Milan to Sharm-el-Sheikh and Cairo (Egypt), and Riyadh (Saudi Arabia). Tickets are already on sale on wizzair.com and on the official Wizz Air mobile app from just 14.99 euros. These new routes and frequencies will represent nearly 1.5 million additional seats per year on its network in Italy.
Wizz Air will therefore connect Milan-Malpensa to Paris-Beauvais (Beauvais-Tillé), from March 31, 2024, with one daily flight. On this route, the Hungarian low cost will be in direct competition with the British low cost easyJet which will offer four weekly flights.
Since Wizz Air established its first base in Italy in 2020, it has introduced more than 50 new, previously unserved routes to the market and created more than 1,000 direct jobs. With the launch of the Wizz MultiPass in Italy, travelers now have the opportunity to take advantage of a monthly pass (from 37 euros per month) which allows them to lock in the price of their ticket for a period of 6 months on flights Italian interiors.