Low-cost Polish airline Wizz Air has announced plans to launch cheap flights from Poznan to Milan.
Weekly flights will run from the Polish city to Milan’s Orio al Serio airport as of next January.
The new service will join existing flights to Doncaster, Glasgow, Copenhagen and Oslo already operated by Wizz from its base at Poznan.
Poznan became Wizz’s seventh base at the start of this year with the addition of these four routes. Previously, the airline had only operated flights to London Luton, Stockholm-Skavsta and Dortmund from Poznan.
Meanwhile, Wizz celebrated the fourth anniversary of its Gdansk base earlier this week. Gdansk Lech Walesa Airport was the airline’s third base in the country and has seen the addition of four new flights over the past 12 months.
Cheap flights to Barcelona, Turku, Oslo and Gothenburg have all been added this year and the airline expects to carry over a million passengers before the end of 2008.