The low cost airline Wizz Air expands operations by adding two new direct routes from Stockholm Arlanda Airport to Budapest And Gdanskfrom October 31, 2023.
Wizz Air, “one of the fastest growing airlines in Europe” announcement in a press release having “set its sights on Stockholm Arlanda Airport”. The new connections to Budapest and Gdansk will be operated in Airbus A320 and A321the international airport of Budapest Ferenc Liszt (BUD) 4 times a week (Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday) and the airport Gdańsk Lech Walesa (GDN) 14 times a week. The low cost currently operates from two other Swedish airports: the airport of Gothenburg Landvetter and the airport Malmo.
The new roads will constitute a “welcome addition” as well as a complement to existing direct routes from Stockholm Arlanda to Europe, underlines Wizz Air. “It will also boost the tourism industry in Stockholm and Sweden. Indeed, there is a growing interest in visiting Stockholm from Poland and Hungary and the accessibility of flights is an important parameter given our location in Europe. »
Elizabeth Axtelius, director of aviation operations at Swedavia, says that “The new direct connections not only improve access to Europe from the Stockholm region, but also access within Sweden. » “The presence of Wizz Air in Stockholm Arlanda will not only be appreciated by those who wish to travel to visit family and friends, but also by Swedish tourists who wish to discover Hungary, Poland and vice versa as well as by those who travel for business.