ZAGREB, 7 September 2020 – Hungarian Wizz Air has made some operational changes in its schedule for September. Three routes to Split Airport in Croatia will stop operating this month, Croatian Aviation reports.
The low-cost airline has been operating regular flights only to Split Airport in Croatia during the summer schedule. The airline resumed flights to Croatia this year, and despite the pandemic situation, four routes are currently active, one more than last year. The airline introduced a brand new service between Split and Dortmund.
Besides the Dortmund service, the airline also offers regular flights from Split to London (Luton Airport), Warsaw, and Katowice. These three routes will stop operating this month.
The Split – Warsaw service is currently operating three times per week, every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. The last flight is scheduled for Saturday, September 19th.
The Split – Katowice route is operating also three times per week with the last flight scheduled also for Saturday, September 19th.
The Split – London Luton service operates two times per week, every Monday and Friday. This route will operate a bit longer than the previous two, with the last flight scheduled on Monday, September 28th.
The new Split – Dortmund service is the only year-round route of Wizz Air in Croatia. Flights are scheduled through the winter season three times per week, every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. During the winter season operations will depend on the booking status and restrictive measures between the two countries.