Wizz Air announces direct flights from Budapest and Warsaw to Birmingham Airport‏ from September 2015

Wizz Air, the largest low-cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe, today Thursday 25 June 2015
announced direct flights from Birmingham to Budapest and Warsaw. Both services will be operated
from mid-September 2015 with two flights per week on each route

The services to Birmingham, WIZZ’s 8th UK airport, will operate from Budapest on Tuesdays and
Saturdays and from Warsaw on Mondays and Fridays. Seats on these routes are on sale from today
and can be booked on wizzair.com from £15.49 one way

Celebrating the announcement of Wizz Air's new route connecting Budapest to Birmingham at the 136th IATA Slot Conference in
Vancouver are Eszter Almasi, Airline Development Manager, Budapest Airport, Tom Screen, Head of Aviation Development, Birmingham
Airport, Janos Pal, Senior Ancillary Revenue Manager, Wizz Air, and Balazs Bogats, Head of Airline Development at Budapest Airport
"We are thrilled today to be adding another airport to Wizz Air’s diverse UK network. This will give 
consumers in the West Midlands the opportunity to explore two of the largest capital cities in CEE,
both renowned to offer excellent value to travellers”, said Wizz Air spokesman Daniel de Carvalho

William Pearson, Aviation Director at Birmingham Airport, added: "We’re delighted to welcome
Wizz Air to Birmingham Airport and the start of twice weekly flights to Warsaw and Budapest in
September. Both cities, known for their rich history and distinctive architecture, will prove to be
a big draw for passengers who are looking to book a short city break. We expect these new services
to be popular with business travellers too, due to the twice weekly frequency

Wizz Air schedule at Birmingham Airport from Monday 14 September 2015

0930/1000 W6 1321/1322 320 from/to Warsaw
- operates on Monday and Friday
1825/1855 W6 2217/2218 320 from/to Budapest
- operates on Tuesday and Saturday

Schedule - which is subject to change - valid until Saturday 26 March 2016

Thursday 25 June 2015

Saturday 13 June 2015 - Saxonair Beechjet 400XP G-SKBD is a morning arrival on the Elmdon apron

SaxonAir Beechjet 400XP G-SKBD was a morning arrival from Alicante parking up on the Elmdon apron

Air Med BAe 125-800A N812AM was a morning arrival operating an air ambulance flight....

.... parking up to night stop on Stand 505

Avcon Jet Challenger 300 OE-HOO was an afternoon arrival from Nice parking up to night stop

Netjets Hawker 750 CS-DUE was an afternoon visitor

Citation CJ2 G-TBEA spent the day parked up on the Elmdon apron

Pilatus PC-12 M-BISA made a brief afternoon visit

Woodgate Aviation Navajo Chieftain G-JAJK was a morning visitor operating an air ambulance flight

Friday 12 June 2015 - flybe Embraer 195LR G-FBEI now wearing "... Proudly serving Wales" titles

flybe Embraer 195LR G-FBEI now wears additional "... Proudly serving Wales" titles following the opening....

.... of their new base at Cardiff - it operated their morning service to Amsterdam while....

Embraer 195LR G-FBEN which has recently returned to service after a period of storage departed to Paris CDG

Ryanair Boeing 737-8AS EI-FIM operated their morning service from Dublin - its first visit to BHX

Honeywell Flight Test Boeing 757-225 N757HW which had been based at BHX since Saturday 30 May 2015....

.... and had performed a series of test flights over the North Sea during the week

.... was a morning departure to Frankfurt bringing to an end of its stay at BHX

Embraer Phenom 300 M-HPIN was a morning visitor to the Elmdon apron


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