From July next year, the Hungarian-based airline will launch new flights to Paris Beauvais, Oslo Torp, Eindhoven, Forli Bologna and Milan Bergamo from the Polish city.
Flights to Doncaster Sheffield and Dortmund will also be reopened.
Wizz Air executive vice president John Stephenson explained that the establishment of the Wroclaw base reinforces the airline's commitment "to the Polish market".
"With this move we will further enhance the travel opportunities for millions of Poles in the west of the country, create hundreds of local jobs and significant revenue uplift for the tourism industry in the region," he said.
New flights to Cork from Wroclaw will also be established, which will complement existing flights to London Luton.
Flights to Dortmund, Paris and Oslo will become operational on December 17th, while the remainder of the new routes will take effect on July 17th.
Wizz Air will add a third Airbus A320 aircraft at its Sofia base next May, allowing it to offer flights to Madrid, Paris Beauvais, Frankfurt Hahn and Forli Bologna.
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