Wizz Air will restart flights from London Luton to Gran Canaria, Lisbon, Milan and Rome, as well as departures from Doncaster Sheffield to Lanzarote, Tenerife and Fuerteventura.
Wizz Air has welcomed Marion Geoffroy as the new managing director of Wizz Air UK. Owain Jones, the outgoing managing director, will continue at the company as chief supply chain and legal officer.
Flights to the sunny hotspots of Fuerteventura and Gibraltar operate twice weekly, while departures to the historic city of Vienna take-off five times a week.
The carrier said it was implementing the policy as part of its commitment to protecting the health and safety of its passengers and staff. It will come into effect in December.
The airline has already trained over 150 additional pilots in order to fly over 100 per cent of pre-Covid capacity this summer and aims to recruit over 300 more by the end of this year.
Less than a day after it confirmed plans were moving ahead for a new base in Cardiff, Wizz Air has now confirmed the project will be pushed back to next summer.
The news comes as the Welsh government announces that fully vaccinated travellers returning from amber list countries will not have to quarantine from July 19th onwards.
Wizz Air is restarting flights to three additional destinations from June 30th onwards, as the UK government expands the green list of countries people can travel to without having to quarantine.
Wizz Air is launching its first ever domestic service, with flights from its Doncaster Sheffield and Cardiff bases to Jersey. Beginning in July, these flights will operate twice weekly.
Wizz Air is recruiting cabin crew members across its UK bases, including London Luton, Gatwick, Doncaster Sheffield and Cardiff. The decision comes ahead of the summer season.
Wizz Air has confirmed it will open a new base in Rome, offering 32 new services to 19 countries. The carrier said this is the biggest number of routes ever announced in one go.
The low-cost carrier hopes many travellers will be booking now for a long-awaited holiday next year, with the airline offering a network of over 80 destinations from 12 UK airports.