Tuesday, September 18, 2012

WizzAir: Three new direct flights from Norway

Photo: Arpingstone 
Hungarian WizzAir will launch three new direct flights from Norway coming season - from Sandefjord/Torp. Trondheim and Ålesund. 
Cathedral of Saint Sava. Photo: Markov, Igor
Torp/Sandefjord - Belgrade, Serbia from May 31st 2013
WizzAir next destination from Torp/Sandefjord Airport is non-stop flights to Belgrade from May 2013.

The capital city of Serbia has been on the list of possible new destinations for the Hungarian budget carrier since 2011.

WizzAir will fly to Belgrade twice a week, on Mondays and Fridays, starting at the end of May coming year.

Belgrade will the 10th destination from Sandefjord/Torp airport when flights starts, making the airport the busiest for WizzAir in Norway. 
Vilnius University by tomas malinauskas
Trondheim - Vilnius, Lithuania from April 2013
WizzAir will fly from Værnes Airport, Trondheim from April next year. Travelers will then get direct flights to all three Baltic capitals.

Norwegian Air Shuttle already fly from Trondheim to Riga in Latvia, and Estonian Air offer direct flights to the Estonian capital Tallinn.

All Baltic states have become increasingly popular among Norwegian travelers lately. They offer cheap accommodation, food and shopping and a large number of interesting historic sights.   
Photo: Gdansk city Hall by Marcin Białek
Flights Ålesund - Gdansk will start April 2013 
WizzAir will start two non-stop flights from Ålesund to Gdansk, Poland from April 2013. 
Gdansk is an old Hansa city located on the northern coast of Poland.

WizzAir operates direct flights to Gdansk from Haugesund, Trondheim, and Sandefjord/Torp. 
The main target group for the Hungarian budget air carrier is the large number of Polish immigrants working in shipyards and furniture industry in the region of Sunnmøre.  

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