Budapest Airport unveils new Wizz Air destinations for the height of summer

Budapest Airport welcomes Wizz Air’s new route of Valencia today, which is among the airline’s five new connections starting in June and July, continuing to enrich the airport’s network

Budapest Airport has announced the launch of several new Wizz Air flights starting this month with a further two in July, expanding its connectivity to key European cities and beyond.

The additional new links will enhance travel options and see the ultra-low-cost carrier (ULCC) operate 67 destinations from the Hungarian gateway through the height of S24.

Máté Ritter, Head of Airline Development, Budapest Airport, comments: “We are thrilled to see Wizz Air expanding its operations from Budapest Airport with these new routes.

“Each new destination enriches our network and provides our passengers with more choices for travel.

“We look forward to welcoming travellers to experience the cultural and scenic wonders of Stuttgart, Valencia, and Yerevan, and to further strengthen our ties with Romania.”

On 1 June, Wizz Air commenced flights to Stuttgart, operating five times a week.

This route joins Wizz Air’s established services to Berlin Brandenburg, and Dortmund.

Valencia will become the latest addition to Wizz Air’s network from 3 June, with flights three times weekly.

This route marks the seventh Spanish destination served by Wizz Air from Budapest, joining Alicante, Barcelona, Madrid, Malaga, Tenerife, and Palma de Mallorca.

Later this month Wizz Air introduces twice-weekly flights to Yerevan, the capital of Armenia. Launching 30 June.

Wizz Air’s expansion continues into July with the introduction of new services to Romania.