As Wizz Air continues to open new eastern European destinations to British travellers, Breaking Travel News here visits Cluj-Napoca, the second largest city in Romania, to see what is on offer
Now with a total of six planes at the airport, the carrier will and six new routes - to Alicante, Athens, Barcelona, Bologna, Cork and Malaga. Ryanair’s winter 2018 London Luton schedule will now deliver a total of 21 routes which will help deliver 2.2 customers per annum.
London Luton has again been rated the worst airport in the UK, as the Which? annual airport survey reveals passengers have a better experience when flying from smaller airports.
This marks a 3.1 per cent increase compared with last year, making July the 18th consecutive month that over one million passengers have passed through LLA.
Baggage handlers at Luton Airport have voted to reject a new pay offer from their employer Menzies Aviation. United argues the deal fails to recognise their hard work and the rising cost of living.
Strike action at Luton Airport is set to go ahead over the Bank Holiday weekend. Baggage handlers at Luton Airport have voted to reject a new pay offer from their employer Menzies Aviation which workers say fails to recognise their hard work and the rising cost of living.
London Luton Airport is the worst in the UK for delays, according to figures compiled by the Press Association. Using data from the Civil Aviation Authority, the organisation found passengers at the airport could expect an average delay of 19.7 minutes on each flight.
Workers at Luton Airport have voted to walk out on strike over the late May Bank Holiday weekend - with passengers warned to expect delays.
Over 1.2 million passengers travelled through London Luton Airport in March, as the airport experienced a record-breaking Easter.
Wizz Air has launched two new routes from its London Luton base following the arrival of two new Airbus planes. Flights to the Slovakian capital Bratislava will operate daily, while flights to the Italian port city of Bari will operate on Wednesdays and Sundays until April 18th, before increasing to four times a week on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays.
Wizz Air has announced further expansion at its London Luton base, with the allocation of an additional Airbus A321 aircraft to its fleet in 2018. This addition brings the total number of aircraft allocated at London Luton to eight and the total investment to US$860 million, the carrier claims.