Friday, 12 April 2013

Wizz Air moves into Tuzla

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As its debut in Bosnia-Herzegovina, Wizz Air will fly from Tuzla Airport (TZL) to Malmo in Sweden from May 31.

Tuzla–Malmo flights on A320s will run initially on Mondays and Fridays, leaving at 5.05pm.

Tuzla Airport received no scheduled international flights in 2012 and saw no traffic of any kind in February this year, according to statistics from the Bosnia and Herzegovina Directorate of Civil Aviation.

Over 2013, the airport hosted 74 non-scheduled international flights, catering for about 2,000 passengers.

About 12 miles north of Bosnia-Herzegovina's capital Sarajevo, Tuzla could serve about 500,000 inhabitants, according to Malmo airport.

Tuzla is Wizz Air's seventh destination from Malmo airport, where it already flies from Belgrade, Budapest, Gdansk, Katowice, Skopje and Warsaw.

With the addition of Bosnia-Herzegovina to its network, Wizz Air will operate more than 260 routes across 31 countries. The Central and Eastern Europe-based low-cost carrier operates a fleet of 40 A320s from 16 bases.


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