Wizz Air to launch fourth new Split route

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Wizz Air is continuing to expand its planned operations to Split with the budget carrier announcing new seasonal flights from Krakow. The two weekly service will commence on June 11 and operate each Monday and Friday until September 10. Wizz Air previously announced new summer flights from Oslo, Gdansk and Wroclaw to Croatia’s second largest city, complementing existing services from Dortmund, Katowice, London Luton and Warsaw. Further details for the new Krakow route can be found here.

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  1. Anonymous10:41

    With Wizz Air I will believe it when I see it.

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    1. WizzAir is cash rich, have over 100 plane modern Airbus Fleet,
      so what is there to believe, plus they are backed by a world leading
      investment firm and the Hungarian government!

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    2. Fixed it for you17:03

      WizzAir was cash rich, has lease obligation for over 100 plane modern Airbus Fleet,
      so what is there to believe, plus they are no longer majority backed by founders Indigo Partners as they have only 8.5% remaining Wizz stock ownership now.

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  2. Anonymous11:17

    Bravo Hrvatska!

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  3. Anonymous11:56

    SPU is the most connected airport in ex-Yu and remains the busiest one in summer. Amazing job!

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    1. Anonymous12:19

      For the millionth time, an airport that has two flights a day for six months can't be the best connected.

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    2. I don't think SPU is the ex-yu best connected, I am sure things could be much better in Croatian aviation, but two daily for six months is utter nonsense. There are minimum 4 daily to ZAG, and more or less daily to FCO with Croatia Airlines, plus RJK, PUY, OSI, by Trade Air, and several german Eurowings destinations, all year round. So, yes, it is not enough, it should be more, but it's definitely not two daily

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  4. Anonymous12:06

    Basel - Osijek please...

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