Wizz Air to add new destinations and routes to its Italian network.
Wizz Air, a European regional carrier, yesterday announced plans to operate additional routes from Italy to the Czech Republic, Romania and Lithuania.
Seven new routes will be added to the airline's Italian network in its summer schedule.
From 27 March the airline will fly from Rome-Fiumicino to Brno twice a week, from 16 April the airline will fly three times a week to Vilnius from Rome-Fiumicino, and on 20 April twice weekly flight will launch from Tirgu Mures to Rome-Fiumicino.
On 17 April the airline will begin twice weekly services to Vilnius from Milan-Bergamo and on 18 June twice weekly flights between Milan Bergamo and Tirgu Mures will begin.
From 20 June 2011 the airline will begin two times a week services between Forti-Bologna and Tirgu Mures and on 27 March twice weekly services between Bari and Bucharest will start.
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|Date:||Mar 11, 2011|
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