Wizz Air is set to launch seven new routes across its entire network following the delivery of a new Airbus A320 aircraft.
The low cost carrier's new aircraft is the 19th in its new fleet and arrives as the airline announces seven new flights.
These include cheap flights from Budapest to Oslo and Venice and additional routes from Sofia to Brussels Charleroi, Rome Fiumicino and Milan Bergamo airports.
Wizz Air will also be launching flights from Sofia to Barcelona and Valencia.
John Stephenson, chief commercial officer at the airline, said: "Our new aircraft will underpin our growth in Bulgaria and enable us to launch more new routes.
"We are already the largest low cost airline in Bulgaria as in the rest of our home markets and we will continue to reinforce our leadership by adding more flights at low fares."
Wizz Air Ukraine officially launched its first flights as an airline earlier this month, with a route between its domestic base Kiev and Simferopol.
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