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Wizz air announces operations from lviv, its second Ukrainian airport

Por I, Piotr Hojka, CC BY-SA 3.0,

Por I, Piotr Hojka, CC BY-SA 3.0, Source: Wikimedia


Wizz Air, the largest low-cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe and Ukraine’s largest low-cost carrier, announced today its re-start of operations from Lviv, which will become the carrier’s second Ukrainian airport with a new low fare route from Lviv to Wroclaw in Poland. Starting 13 April 2017, WIZZ will operate the new service twice a week, on Tuesdays and Saturdays. Tickets are already on sale on with fares from only UAH 619*.

WIZZ is the pioneer of high quality, lowest fares air travel in the Ukrainian market, with the first international WIZZ flight connecting Kyiv with London Luton taking off in 2008. Since then, over 4,5 million passengers have taken advantage of the opportunity to travel throughout Europe and beyond on WIZZ’s low-fare routes to and from Ukraine. WIZZ has remained committed to the Ukrainian market and to its Ukrainian colleagues and continues to bring more opportunities for travel and employment, as well as further stimulate Ukraine’s tourism and hospitality industries. 

Coming only weeks after the announcement of a second Kyiv-based aircraft, Wizz Air now offers a total of 17 low-fare routes to eight countries from two Ukrainian airports, Kyiv and Lviv, and WIZZ’s leisure and business customers can benefit from great value onward travel with WIZZ throughout its network of 136 destinations across 40 countries including the recently-announced routes to Nuremberg and Copenhagen. 





Fares from*


Tuesday, Saturday

13 April 2017

UAH 619

Speaking at a press conference in Kyiv today, Owain Jones, Wizz Air’s Chief Corporate Officer said: “Today’s announcement once again underlines our commitment to Ukraine and to providing lowest-fare flights with excellent on-board service for our Ukrainian consumers. The new service between Lviv and Wroclaw in Poland will stimulate the regional economy, strengthen business relations between the two countries and stimulate the local tourism and hospitality sectors. Lviv is becoming our second airport with WIZZ low-fare services and we look forward to bringing more positive news to the country in the future.”    

* One way including all taxes and non-optional charges

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