Wizz Air plans to resume flights to 10 European countries in December
At the end of this year, Wizz Air plans to fly again from Kiev to Copenhagen, Bielund (Denmark), Pardubice (Czech Republic), Vienna (Austria), Lisbon (Portugal), Hamburg (Germany), Budapest (Hungary), Naples (Italy), Krakow , Poznan, Katowice (Poland) and Bratislava (Slovakia).
The low-cost airline plans to fly from Lviv to Berlin (Germany), Szczecin (Poland), Bratislava (Slovakia), Pardubice (Czech Republic) and Vilnius (Lithuania), and from Kharkov to Dortmund (Germany), Vienna (Austria), Krakow, Gdansk and Wroclaw (Poland).
According to the press service of Wizz Air, the resumption of flights depends on the decision of the authorities to leave or exclude a certain country from the list of the green zone.
Based on materials: unian.net
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