Flights to Liverpool from the Czech capital will be introduced on July 11th and will operate three times a week, while flights to Oslo Torp will begin on July 12th and operate four times a week.
Commenting on the new flights, a Wizz Air statement said: "The new services will complement the already announced routes operated from the Ruzyne Airport to 11 in total."
The airline currently operates flights to London Luton, Rome Fiumicino, Milan Bergamo and Brussels Charleroi from Prague, its 11th European base.
Following the arrival of its two new Airbus A320 aircraft this summer at Prague’s Ruzyne Airport, Wizz Air will also increase frequencies on a number of its existing flights.
It was announced earlier this week that Wizz Air secured the ‘Best Low Cost Airline 2008’ award in Poland by readers of pasazer.com.