Zsuzsa Lázár and CCO György Abrán announced the new route in Budapest

(Photo:  Ms. Zsuzsa Lázár and CCO Mr. György Abrán announcing the new route from Budapest to Istanbul)




The latest press release was announced to-day by Mr. György Abrán, Chief Commercial Officer, regarding a new service from Budapest to Istanbul commencing this year from August, 2. 2013. The route will operate four times per week (Mon, Wed, Fri, Sun.). From September, 2013. (Mon, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sun) and  will gradually grow over the following months to a daily operation by March, 2014.  Mr. Ábrán also said, Quote: “W!ZZ AIR has been stimulating Hungarian air traffic with very low fares and by expanding to Eastern destinations has opened Hungary to fast growing economies and great tourism destinations. Istanbul, at the crossways between Europe and Asia, is set to become one of the best-selling destinations. The increasing popularity of Turkey as business link and holiday destination will now be more accessible for individual travelers as well as families and businesses.”

Time is running so fast and by the use of flying high you can make the time stop in a way or at least save a lot of time at reaching destination quickly and comfy. Now a new destination will be added with the crafts and pilots for you to reach easily and at a real low-cost fair to Istanbul.

This will be the latest addition of W!ZZ AIR’s eastbound network expansion  from Budapest  following the earlier introduction of Tel- Aviv, Kiev, Baku and Dubai routes. The airline’s low fares will quickly increase bi-directional tourism and business travel between Hungary and Turkey, stimulating over 70,000 passenger traffic in the first year of operation.

Flights on W!ZZ AIR’s new route to Istanbul –  Sabiha Gökçen Airport are already on sale and can be booked immediately on with incredible fares starting from just 5,990HUF on a one way flight, incl., tax.

Not that there are many who are not familiar with the W!ZZ Air, the largest low-fare, low-cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe, but the good news is never to late to hear it once again.

Update  Aggie Reiter

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