Wizz Air, the largest low-cost airline in central and eastern Europe, has announced it will start services to Dubai World Central Airport from Budapest (Hungary), Bucharest (Romania), Kiev (Ukraine) and Sofia (Bulgaria) from October 28th 2013.
Wizz Air now connects over 30 countries with its state of the art fleet of 40 Airbus A320 aircraft, and consumers trust Wizz Air since its start of operations in 2004 as a customer minded airline with hundreds of low fare routes on offer.
Wizz Air’s very low fares paired with a friendly and reliable service have been appealing for over 50 million passengers.
The UAE has displayed one of the most impressive developments in the world over the past few decades to become the most wanted tourism destination.
Wizz Air will be the first European low fares airline operating to Dubai and a launch customer for Dubai World Central.
The Dubai World Central Passenger Terminal will open in October for scheduled passenger flights and is planned to become the city’s main airport hub until the mid 2020s, when with five runways and a capacity of 160 million yearly passengers it will be the largest airport infrastructure in the world.