Wizz Air has added two new routes from Birmingham Airport to Krakow and Poznan in Poland and will start operating them both in September.
The first connection will start on 16 September is to Poznan, Poland’s fifth largest city, with the second route launching on 17 September to Krakow – the seventh Wizz Air route to operate from Birmingham.
The airline will utilise its all-Airbus fleet on the routes.
Birmingham Airport aviation director, Tom Screen said: “It’s great news that Wizz Air will be operating to Poznań and Krakow – the launch of both routes will mean the airline will operate seven routes in total from Birmingham Airport.
“Providing our passengers with a range of destinations to connect with family and friends or find their next city break, is important to us and with these additional routes we are able to do just that.
“Wizz Air currently operates to Cluj-Napoca, Budapest, Bucharest, Warsaw, and Wroclaw – adding routes to both Poznań and Krakow in September. The new routes are a fantastic addition and we’re really looking forward to growing our offering with Wizz Air over the next few years here at Birmingham Airport.”
Hungarian carrier Wizz Air has been a partner of Birmingham Airport since June 2015 with its inaugural route to Warsaw, quickly followed by Budapest.