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Wizz Air adds three new Eastern European destinations to Hamburg network

Hungarian airline to start flights from Hamburg Airport in April. Hamburg-Finkenwerder gets big airline order

Hungary’s Wizz airline will start offering flights from Hamburg Airport to Gdansk, Kiev and Skopje from April 17, 2016 as part of collaboration. Michael Eggenschwiler, CEO of Hamburg Airport, said: “We are delighted to welcome the new airline, Wizz Air, to Hamburg Airport. Gdansk, Kiev and Skopje are brand new destinations which have never been offered before from Hamburg.” Flights will operate twice weekly to the Macedonian capital, Skopje, and the Ukrainian capital Kiev. Four weekly flights will operate weekly to Gdansk on Poland’s Baltic Sea coast.

110 Airbus A321neo ordered

The European airline, Wizz Air, offers flights mainly to destinations in central and Eastern Europe. The airline has a fleet of Airbus A32 with 180 seats each and A32I aircraft with 230 seats each. An A320 aircraft will initially be flown on the Hamburg route. According to Hamburg Airport the company has also ordered 110 Airbus A321neo for delivery from 2019. The Airbus A321 are being built in Hamburg-Finkenwerder.

Flights to Belgrade

Hamburg Airport also announced on social media channels the addition of four weekly flights from Hamburg to Belgrade from June 15 with Air Serbia. The flights will be flown with leased Canadair Regional Jet CRJ-900 by Adria Airways with 86 seats.

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