Published on : Thursday, December 21, 2017
This will bring the total number of new routes at Luton this year to 11.
After the establishment of Luton as Wizz’s first UK Base the expansion took place.
Monarch’s collapse also resulted in the purchase of a number of slots.
There will be more than 7.4 million seats catering to 22 countries on 45 routes from Luton next year that will result in 23 % increase.
From March 25 the new Bari route will be operative.
Initially it will be twice a week, then four times a week from April 19 while Athens will be daily from April 29.
Reykjavik will also start on April 29 and operate four times a week until September 16, then become daily.
Wizz Air’s Luton-Larnaca route will increase from daily to 10 a week from September 17.
Wizz Air chief executive József Váradi said that 2017 had been a milestone year for Wizz at London Luton.
They will increase the inbound and outbound traffic and allocate more capacity to cover unserved routes and the network is expected to further diversify.