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Low-cost carrier Wizz Air has announced it will launch flights from Doncaster Sheffield and Luton airports to Krakow in 2019 as it prepares to open a new base at the Polish hub.
The Hungarian airline will base two A321 aircraft at Krakow and will launch 12 routes, including to Luton starting 4 April and to Doncaster Sheffield starting 2 May.
Krakow is Wizz Air’s fifth base in Poland, joining Warsaw, Katowice, Gdansk and Wroclaw.
The DSA-Krakow route follows the launch of new flights from Doncaster to Budapest, with a service to Debrecen, Hungary due to begin in December.
Stephen Jones, EVP and deputy CEO at Wizz Air, said: “Today’s announcement underlines our commitment to our UK and Polish markets, where we launched operations back in 2004 with the first Wizz Air flight from Luton to Katowice. We chose Krakow to be our newest base in Poland as we see the potential and the demand for low-cost travel in this city, which is a popular tourist destination as well as a rapidly developing business hub.”