Wizz Air lowers ticket prices. 10 thousand seats for 14.99 euros

Wizz Air lowers ticket prices.  10 thousand  seats for 14.99 euros

The low-cost airline has prepared a unique promotion for its customers. Thanks to it, as many as 10 thousand seats can be purchased for only 14.99 euros. However, flights refer to a specific direction.

Recently, popular airlines have been spoiling their customers with news about new connections and regularly prepared promotions. The Hungarian carrier Wizz Air announced some time ago that it would launch two new routes from the Gdańsk airport – flights to Valencia in Spain and to Rome in Italy. They will start in April 2024, and it is worth adding that these places are perfect for a spring city break.

Now, information about a unique promotion has appeared on the brand’s website. Thanks to it, you can buy thousands of tickets for pennies.

Promotion at Wizz Air

The Hungarian airline Wizz Air is famous for its low ticket prices and a wide network of connections. However, it is rare to find such a promotion. Now, information about 10,000 has appeared on the carrier’s website. places for pennies. You can buy them for 14.99 euros.

This time, however, the promotion applies to flights from and to Abu Dhabi, and covers flights until March 31, 2024.

We would like to remind you that a trip to Abu Dhabi in winter is a perfect way to escape from the gray weather in Poland. However, if you decide to fly from Abu Dhabi, it is worth considering, for example, the Maldives. The Hungarian carrier has been taking vacationers from the United Arab Emirates to unique islands in the Indian Ocean for some time now.

New routes from Poland

Recently, not only Wizz Air has been spoiling tourists. It turns out that Ryanair is also expanding its flight schedule. The Irish airline announced 3 new connections from Poland. The Irish carrier will take Polish tourists from Poznań airport to Copenhagen, Prague and Thessaloniki. The flights will start in spring 2024 and you will be able to fly to each of these cities on Ryanair planes twice a week.

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