Wizz Air, the Hungarian airline, is expanding its offerings in Hungary with two new direct flights. One of these routes will operate between Debrecen International Airport and Rome Fiumicino Airport starting from December 14th. The other direct flight will take off on November 14th, flying from Budapest to Glasgow in Scotland, replacing the previous Edinburgh route. Tickets can be purchased on the Wizz Air website and mobile app.
Debrecen – Rome Fiumicino Direct flight
Rome is rightfully one of Europe’s most visited destinations. The ancient ruins that have survived through the ages transport every traveler back in time. The city is not only renowned for its history but also for its culture, art, gastronomy, and architecture, making it one of the most enchanting places to visit. Undoubtedly, it is a destination that everyone must see at least once, hence its nickname, “the eternal city.”
“Rome will appear in Wizz Air’s Debrecen offerings starting in December, and we are delighted to announce this route launch today. At the beginning of the year, we set a goal to reach approximately 250,000 passengers by 2023, and I believe that the previously announced Hurghada and Rome routes will contribute significantly to this.”
- Tamás Király, CEO of Debrecen International Airport Kft., stated.
The new Rome flight opens up new opportunities and adventures for all travelers, with the best available ticket price starting at 5,790 Hungarian forints.
Budapest – Glasgow Direct Flight
Glasgow, Scotland’s largest city, appropriately named the “green place,” is home to numerous beautiful parks and lush landscapes. In addition to its natural beauty, the city has evolved into a true cultural metropolis over the years, thanks to its outstanding museums, palaces, festivals, and art galleries. The best available ticket price for this route is 9,890 Hungarian forints.
“At Wizz Air, we continuously strive to provide the widest range of routes to our passengers, as demonstrated by these new destinations rich in cultural and culinary experiences. We are proud to open these new routes and are committed to delivering high-quality service to our passengers. We look forward to welcoming our passengers on board our new routes.”– Zsuzsa Trubek, Communication Manager at Wizz Air, commented.
- Budapest – Glasgow: Tuesday, Saturday
- Debrecen – Rome-Fiumicino: Wednesday, Friday
Wizz Air has significantly expanded its routes on several fronts starting in October. In addition to exotic destinations like Abu Dhabi, Hurghada, Madeira, and Tenerife, Alicante, Madrid, and Milan are now more easily accessible from the Hungarian capital, with Wizz Air offering more flights than ever to these destinations. Furthermore, due to high demand, the number of flights to Basel and Keflavik has also increased.