Wizz Air, a low-cost airline based in Hungary, has announced the launch of three routes to Croatia, from Poland and the UK to Split Airport.
Wizz Air currently operates only towards Split in Croatia, but it is interesting that it is one of the few airlines that announced expansion at the time of the pandemic, and is opening three new bases in Europe. Unfortunately, there are no new routes to Croatia among these new announcements.
The company is introducing the following routes:
London (Luton Airport) - Split, from June 15th, 3 times a week (Mon, Wed, Fri),
Katowice - Split, from June 20th, 2 times a week (Tue, Sat),
Warsaw - Split, from June 20th, 2 times a week (Tue, Sat).
The company plans to increase the number of weekly flights from July (adding one more weekly flight, every Thursday, on the routes from Katowice and Warsaw).
This low-budget carrier will use A320 aircraft with a capacity of 180 passengers on the routes to Split, larger A321 aircraft with a capacity of 230 passengers are also expected during the July.