Wizz Air UK announced the expansion of its recently launched base at Doncaster Sheffield airport with the addition of a second Airbus A320 aircraft and six new routes to Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria, Lanzarote, Tenerife, Lisbon and Eindhoven starting operation on 22nd October 2020. Tickets to these exciting destinations can already be booked on wizzair.com and in the airline’s mobile app from as low as £17.99.
Coming less than three weeks after the announcement of Wizz Air UK’s based operation at Doncaster Sheffield, the further development of Wizz Air UK’s offering at the airport reflects the enthusiastic response of customers to the new routes both to favourite holiday destinations and more CEE destinations and further demonstrates the airline’s long term commitment to bring ever more affordable travel opportunities to its British customers on Europe’s youngest aircraft fleet.
Owain Jones, Managing Director of Wizz Air UK said: “Customers old and new have given us a very clear message – they love the choice of new destinations to which they can travel with Wizz Air UK from our new base at Doncaster Sheffield. So less than three weeks after we announced the base, we’re delighted to celebrate the addition of a second Airbus A320 and six new routes, bringing more of everything that our customers love about WIZZ – more local jobs, more much-needed connections for the region, more ultra-low fares to favourite holiday destinations and European cities and more reason than ever before for our customers to keep saying Yes! to flying from their local airport, with our enhanced protective hygiene measures on-board providing the re-assurance to fly on Europe’s greenest fleet while enjoying WIZZ’s great on-board service .”
Chris Harcombe, Director of Aviation Development at Doncaster Sheffield Airport, said: “We are delighted that Wizz Air has chosen to base a second aircraft permanently at Doncaster Sheffield Airport so soon after its recent announcement to open a full-based operation with us for Wizz Air UK. The swift addition of a second aircraft from Europe’s greenest airline shows the confidence of Wizz Air that we can deliver a shared intention to provide affordable travel through ultra-low fares to people in the North east of the Pennines, creating new routes to popular leisure destinations for our customers across Yorkshire, Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire. The news comes as the aviation industry faces unprecedented challenges. Doncaster Sheffield Airport contributes over £60 million to the Sheffield City Region, supporting thousands of jobs and it is vital that the UK Government acknowledges and supports airlines and airports so that they can continue to contribute to local economies providing investment and jobs.”