Wizz Air to launch new Podgorica and Split service

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Wizz Air will commence new year-round flights from Dortmund to Podgorica and Split this August after the airline announced the opening of its 33rd base in the German city. Operations to Split will commence on August 1 and run three times per week, while services to the Montenegrin capital will start on August 8, also three times per week. Dortmund will become Wizz Air's first year-round service to Split, complementing seasonal flights from London Luton, Katowice and Warsaw. Furthermore, it will be Wizz Air's second new route to Podgorica this summer, with the airline also introducing flights from Vienna next month. Further details for the new Dortmund - Podgorica service can be found here, while additional information for the Split route can be viewed here.

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  1. Anonymous10:26

    Their first destination in ex YU was DTM ZAG. Depressing that they are treating us like this.

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    1. Anonymous10:35

      really? didnt know that

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    2. Anonymous10:40

      Yes DTM-ZAG and LTN-ZAG

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    3. Anonymous10:47

      There is a reason why BA thrives in ZAG while W6 failed ;)

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    4. Anonymous10:49

      @10.40 that is really very interesting !

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    5. Anonymous10:55

      Taxes in ZAG are about 13€ per person and LCCs are not able to do any profit with these prices. Im really intrested what will happend with LCC routes from VIE because of the newest 12€ taxes for all flights.

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    6. Anonymous10:59

      Isn't the tax €18 in BEG?

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    7. Marko12:23

      I really hope that Wizz will launch new flights to SJJ. For example, SJJ-SKP, SJJ has been dying for flights to SKP. SJJ-BVA or EZY could launch flights to CDG, Also EZY could launch flights SJJ to AMS or Wizz could launch SJJ-EIN. Wizz other airlines still have so much potential in and BiH.

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    8. If I remember correctly, you mixed up some things. Yes, Wizz operated LTN-ZAG, but not DTM-ZAG. It was Easyjet on the DTM-ZAG, LGW-ZAG and CDG-ZAG

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    9. Unfortunately, both Easy and Wizz withdrew from ZAG, Ryan as the most dangerous, was never let in, Transavia chased away during negotiations, Volotea as well, and Norwegian reduced to seasonal only. Those are results of the Croatian open market economy, noninterference of the politics and Croatia Airlines competent management capable of facing competition LOL

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  2. Anonymous10:36

    Im not from SLO but why is LJU not running after Wizz?? Now they even opened a base in LED and DTM

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  3. Anonymous10:37

    Wow! New year round flights to Split! This is great.

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  4. Anonymous11:18

    Great news for SPU but I think this puts an end to any potential DUS-ZAG flights. :(

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  5. Anonymous11:57

    Come on Wizz, what about Sarajevo!? We’re just stuck with the Budapest route.

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    1. Anonymous12:03

      Too expensive :( Look at BNX and TZL and how they thrived once taxes and charges were slashed.

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    2. Anonymous12:26

      I have a friend who works for ATC at SJJ. He told me that they are thinking of dropping their taxes down to attract more airlines.



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    3. Anonymous17:36

      Is there actually a Montenegrin diaspora in Germany and especially Dortmund ?

      I have the feeling that Wizz in Podgorica is much more attractive for the Northern Albanian market .

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    4. Yes. There are a lot out people who live in this region also in Netherlands. In this region lives more than 10 milion people. I think this is good decision

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    5. Anonymous07:27

      DTM-TGD is mostly for tourists, a great deal of their destinations are for tourists, take a look and you will see what I am talking about friend.

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