Wizz Air to increase frequencies on Skopje - Budapest flight

Hungarian low-cost carrier Wizz Air said on Thursday it will increase the frequency of flights from Bucharest, Podgorica, Skopje and Tirana to Budapest.

Starting November 2017, flights from Podgorica and Skopje to Budapest will be increased to 3 per week, from the current 2, Wizz Air said in a statement.

Weekly flights from Tirana to Budapest will also be increased to 3, from the current 2, starting August 2017.

From April 2018, Wizz Air will start servicing 5 flights per week on the Bucharest – Budapest route, compared to the current 4.

In a separate statement, Wizz Air announced it is increasing the frequency of flights from London Luton to three Romanian cities.

Flights on the London Luton – Suceava route will be operated 5 times per week. Flights to Constanta will be operated four times, while flights to Iasi will be serviced daily.

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