Wizz Air Adds To Glasgow with Budapest & Bucharest Flights

Wizz Air Adds Budapest & Bucharest to Glasgow Network
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Wizz Air has today announced plans to add services from Glasgow to Budapest, Hungary and Bucharest in Romania.

It is understood that these services will begin in November and will replace the services from Edinburgh the same week, and will both operate on a twice-weekly basis. Below is the scheduling:

Glasgow – BudapestTuesday, Saturday14th November 2023
Glasgow – BucharestMonday, Friday17th November 2023

Wizz Air Adds Budapest & Bucharest to Glasgow Network…

Wizz Air Adds Budapest & Bucharest to Glasgow Network
Photo Credit: James Field/AviationSource


Commenting on these two new routes to Budapest & Bucharest from Glasgow was Wizz Air‘s Managing Director, Marion Geoffroy:

“Budapest and Bucharest may sound similar in name, but they offer so many different, amazing activities for travellers wanting to explore more of what Europe has to offer.”

“From incredible restaurants to the great outdoors, both locations have something for every kind of explorer.”

“We’re pleased to continue to connect Glasgow to the rest of Europe and look forward to operating these flights from November as part of our new winter schedule.”

Adding to this was Matt Hazelwood, the Chief Commercial Officer at AGS Airports, which owns the Scottish airport:

“Wizz Air’s return to Glasgow is fantastic news, offering two sensational destinations in Central and Eastern Europe.”

“From this winter, Scottish travellers can jet away to Budapest and Bucharest, both flown twice weekly.”

“Whether it’s sipping local Furmint wine on a Danube city cruise through Budapest or exploring the world’s heaviest building in Bucharest, both destinations will offer our passengers the perfect city break this winter.”

This will be welcome news for the airport, but maybe not so much for Edinburgh as these services are consequently an alteration to the network with the carrier.

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