Wizz Air: More Flights From Budapest To Moscow

  • 4 Nov 2013 8:00 AM
Wizz Air: More Flights From Budapest To Moscow
Wizz Air the largest low-cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe*, announced today a significant increase of flight frequencies** on its service between Budapest and Vnukovo International Airport in Moscow. The route which is currently operated with five flights a week and with a daily return flight from late October, will be served with four additional return flights during the busy Christmas period and again during the Easter season.

 From 14 June to 14 September 2014 the Budapest - Moscow route will feature 2 flights every day, bringing the low fare seat capacity on this important business and tourism route to unprecedented levels. The additional flights on this route will be operated at night and early in the morning enhancing the options for short trips or for onward traveling. The additional flights on the Budapest-Moscow route will soon be on sale on wizzair.com. Wizz Air has partnered up with Budport to offer assistance to its passengers departing Budapest and who need to obtain visa to Dubai, Azerbaijan and Russia.

Requests can be submitted online by clicking here

Low fare seats between Budapest and Moscow can be booked at wizzair.com from as low as HUF15,990 (one way price including taxes, non-optional charges and one small cabin bag)

György Abrán, Chief Commercial Officer of Wizz Air said: „I am profoundly pleased to announce Wizz Air’s investment into the Budapest-Moscow route by offering significantly more flights during the upcoming peak travel periods. Additional flights between Hungary and Russia may stimulate leisure and business travel and create opportunities for the Hungarian tourism industry to accommodate Russian travelers. We have been bringing more low fares and exciting new routes to Hungary and we remain committed to best meet the needs of our passengers and the regions we fly to."

**subject to regulatory approval

***one way price including taxes, non-optional charges and one small cabin bag.

Source: Wizz Air

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