Wizz Air adding a new plane to its fleet in Belgrade
Wizz Air will base its third aircraft, the Airbus A321, in Belgrade and launch nine new routes from the Serbian capital this July. In August, the other two planes will be replaced by the same Airbus 321 model. The director of the Wizz Air, Jozef Varadi, announced that the airline would start flights from Belgrade to Barcelona (El Prat), Charleroi, Cologne, Friedrichshafen, Hamburg, Lisbon, Milan (Malpensa Airport), Turku (Finland) and Sandefjord (Oslo).
Wizz Air operates a total of 28 routes to 16 countries with two Serbian airports: 23 routes from Belgrade and five routes from Nis. By replacing the entire Belgrade fleet with the Airbus 321 type, the airline will be able to achieve an annual capacity of 1.31 million seats from the sale for flights from Belgrade.