Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Wizz Air adds new Tuzla service

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Low cost airline Wizz Air will launch a new service from Tuzla to Baden Baden (Karlsruhe) starting this June. Flights will operate twice per week, each Monday and Friday. "We are thrilled to announce today our fifteenth Wizz route from Tuzla to Baden Baden. Underlining our commitment to the region, we look forward to continuing our fruitful partnership with the Tuzla International Airport and to bringing even more exciting opportunities that can best meet our customers’ needs. Our new route will create new opportunities for Bosnian travellers to reach one of Europe’s popular cities, whether for a city break or a business trip", Wizz Air's Acting Head of Corporate Communications, Sorina Ratz, said. As previously announced, in addition to Baden Baden, the budget airline will introduce five weekly flights between Tuzla and Vienna this April. The General Manager of Tuzla Airport said last month that talks were under way for the introduction of two new Wizz routes. Further flight details for the Tuzla - Baden Baden service can be found here.

11 comments:

  1. More German gasterbaiter routes -.-

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    1. what else do you expect? Wizz just replaces routes currently served by busses.

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    2. and whats wrong with that?

      sorry that they don't offer flights to the Seychelles from TZL

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  2. Baden Baden to Skopje or Ohrid???
    All this region in Germany is with Macedonians

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  3. What about the other route? Is that still happening or is this it?

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  4. Why didn't this route work well for BEG? It's close to France too.
    TZL is on its way to the 1 million mark by 2020.

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  5. So, the total number of German destinations out of TZL will be 7!! CGN, DTM, FDH, FKB, FMM, HHN & SXF! + 4 Swedish airports.
    In SKP: CGN, DTM, FDH, FMM, HAJ, HAM, HHN. NUE & SXF (total: 9)
    Really unbelievable!

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