Wizz Air Abu Dhabi has launched its final route to the Turkish capital Ankara.
The flight to Ankara will start on January 19, 2023 and will be operated by the fifth aircraft that recently joined the carrier’s fleet. Flights to Ankara will operate on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, tickets for which are on sale on the carrier’s website and app, with fares starting at Dhs149.
The airline now serves more than 36 destinations within a five-hour flight radius of Abu Dhabi, since its launch in January 2021.
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Michael Berlouis, Managing Director of Wizz Air Abu Dhabi, said: “The new route will be operated by our fifth Airbus A321neo aircraft which has been added to our fleet. Wizz Air Abu Dhabi continues to play a pivotal role in contributing to the growth of the UAE’s travel and tourism sector and connecting its capital to many wonderful destinations. This is part of our expansion plans and our commitment to providing the travel market with affordable options for travelers to explore an eclectic mix of new destinations.
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi offers low cost flights to Alexandria (Egypt), Almaty (Kazakhstan), Amman (Jordan), Ankara (Turkey), Aqaba (Jordan), Athens (Greece), Baku (Azerbaijan), Belgrade (Serbia) , Dammam (Saudi Arabia), Kuwait (Kuwait), Kutaisi (Georgia), Manama (Bahrain), Male (Maldives), Muscat (Oman), Nur Sultan (Kazakhstan), Salalah (Oman), Santorini (Greece), Sarajevo ( Bosnia), Sohag (Egypt), Tel-Aviv (Israel), Tirana (Albania) and Yerevan (Armenia) among others.
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