Wizz Air has unveiled plans to expand its Ukrainian operations by offering new flights to Memmingen Munich West from Kiev.
Running three times a week from September 22nd, the new route will be operated by a brand new Airbus A320.
It will ensure Ukrainian passengers have cheap access to Bavaria, with Memmingen Airport being just 120 km from the German region’s capital of Munich.
Return flights will also be on hand to take travelers back home and provide Bavarians with an opportunity to visit the Ukrainian capital.
In the five years since its first flight took off from Katowice in Poland, Wizz Air has carried 18 million passengers to a range of destinations including Hungary, Bulgaria and Romania.
According to Wizz Air chief executive officer Jozsef Varadi, the company’s success can be put down to its capacity to offer customers a high-quality cheap flight service regardless of the prevailing economic conditions.
The airline currently operates from ten countries in Europe, with an 11th – the Czech Republic – due to be serviced from later this month.