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Low-cost carrier for Central and Eastern Europe, Wizz Air, has announced that it has increased in the number of reserved seats on all of its services. The Reserved Seat option, having increased by 33 per cent to 16 seats in the first three rows of each aircraft, is a popular product for passengers wishing to make the most of their travel experience. Passengers opting for…
Published in International
Friday, 22 November 2013 13:46

Wizz Air launches Wizz Tours in English

Wizz Tours, the online travel platform launched by Wizz Air has opened its English language website for bookings of package holidays. Wizz Tours was initially launched in Polish and Hungarian in October 2013 and is now available in English with the aim of bringing greater convenience and savings to holidaymakers. Wizz Tours compares Wizz Air's fares to many international destinations with accommodation in over 30,000…
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Budapest Airport has welcomed the first aircraft of Sólyom Hungarian Airways – a Boeing B 737-500 type aircraft with code HA-SHA. The aircraft first saluted its new home airbase with a low-level flypast, and then landed at Runway 31L of the airport. It was greeted on the apron by hundreds of invited VIPs, authority representatives, airport employees, journalists, photographers and plane spotters, as well as…
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Liszt Ferenc International Airport in Budapest, Hungary, reports that it is set to offer a new destination as the Hungarian low-cost carrier Wizz Air prepares to launch a service to Moscow Vnukovo International Airport, with flights commencing on September 23, 2013. This new service is expected to provide a wider choice to passengers and access to a series of domestic Russian and Central Asian destinations.…
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Minister of Tourism, Republic of Croatia, Darko Lorencin has recently met with the Hungarian Ambassador to Croatia, Ivan Gabor, to discuss possibilities for tourism cooperation between the two countries and the potential for investments in the Croatian tourism sector, in addition to preparations for the country's accession to the European Union. Gabor pointed out Croatia's excellent transport connections with Hungary is one of the reasons…
Published in Tourism Boards
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