Hamburg Airport is celebrating five new routes with the Hungarian low-cost carrier Wizz Air. Lviv, Belgrade and Chișinău are brand new to Hamburg’s destination network with flights to all three cities starting in early July. From 24 July, Wizz Air will also operate two weekly flights to Tirana in Albania and from 9 August will expand its existing service to Bucharest with four flights per week to the Romanian capital.
“The fact that Wizz Air is resuming flight operations at Hamburg Airport, even expanding its commitment with three brand new destinations, is a very positive signal for our passengers,” said Gesa Zaremba, Senior Manager Traffic Development at Hamburg Airport.
Wizz Air began resuming operations at the German hub as early as the start of June, when it operated three flights per week to Skopje in North Macedonia and twice weekly flights to Varna in Bulgaria. It has since reopened connections to the Ukranian capital of Kiev and offers five flights per week to Gdansk on Poland’s Baltic Sea coast. With the new destinations added to the timetable this summer the airline will fly from Hamburg Airport to a total of nine destinations in eastern and central Europe.
Like airports around the world Hamburg Airport has introduced various measures on site to make it easier to observe the necessary distancing and hygiene regulations. “Our passengers want to fly again, on city trips, vacations and to visit family. We are well prepared at Hamburg Airport with clear hygiene and safety measures in place, we make air travel safe and enjoyable for passengers,” added Zaremba.