Today Wizz Air offers over 410 routes from 24 bases in the region: Gdansk,Lublin, Poznan, Katowice, Warsaw and Wroclaw in Poland, Budapest and Debrecen in Hungary, Sofia in Bulgaria, Bucharest, Cluj-Napoca, Iasi, Tirgu Mures, Craiova and Timisoara in Romania, Kyiv in Ukraine, Prague in Czech Republic, Belgrade in Serbia, Vilnius in Lithuania, Skopje in Macedonia, Riga in Latvia, Tuzla in Bosnia and Herzegovina,Kosice in Slovakia and Kutaisi in Georgia.
Following a decade of solid growth to become Central and Eastern Europe’s largest low-cost airline, Wizz Air successfully completed an initial public offering on 25 February 2015, and was admitted to the London Stock Exchange. The company is now listed on the LSE under the ticker WIZZ.
Wizz Air is a value-oriented airline that focuses on innovation all along the way of the customer journey. Our aim is to make flying affordable to the citizens of CEE, as well as to provide a new travel experience to all travellers in the EU. The latest technology is deployed to ensure that the “Wizz Air experience” is outstanding in terms of service and value for money. Wizz Air offers a ‘simple service model’, which means: ticketless travel, use of cost- and time-efficient secondary airports, single class all-leather seat configuration and catering on demand for extra payment.
Wizz Air was named 2016 Value Airline of the Year by Air Transport World, a leading industry magazine.
TICKET OFFICE AT THE AIRPORT
Ryanair ticket sales, flight rules:
Tel. +370 37 750 195,
+370 37 750 196,
+370 37 399 004
Fax +370 37 758 008
During scheduled flights check-in
Location at passenger terminal:
II floor, check-in desk Nr. 1
Lost baggage search:
Tel. +370 37 758 010
Mob. +370 620 39878