The low-cost airline "Wizz Air" has announced five new routes that will connect Italy to Tirana starting next March 29.
The airports of Bergamo, Bologna, Verona, Treviso and Pisa will benefit from frequent connections with the Albanian capital, as confirmed by the Hungarian company itself on its social profiles:
"Dear Italian and Albanian travelers: we have great news for you! We are launching five new routes between Albania and Italy. Fly from Tirana to Milan Bergamo, Bologna, Verona, Venice Treviso or Pisa. Book your holiday today on wizzair.com"- says the social post of Wizz Air.
The new routes
Tickets are down purchasable on the place of the airline from today starting from a minimum of 29,99 euros each way. The first tickets available are those to Milan Bergamo (from 29 March) and Pisa (31 March), while in the following months Bologna and Verona (from 1 May) and Venice Treviso (from 1 August) will follow. For the latter destination, as well as for Pisa, there are three weekly flights (Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday); four weekly flights, however, to Verona and Bologna (Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Sunday) while for Milan Bergamo there will be daily flights.
“Wizz Air is strongly committed to creating new opportunities for its Albanian passengers and today we are excited to be able to double the number of routes we operate in Tirana and announce five new routes from the capital of Albania to Italy.
We believe that these routes represent another important step forward in the expansion of our network, just as an increasing number of travelers will be able to take advantage of the lower Wizz Air fares combined with excellent service on board. We welcome all travelers who want to board one of the youngest and most reliable fleets in Europe. "- said George Michalopoulos, Chief Commercial Officer of Wizz Air.
The new Wizz Air routes will partially cover the vacant space left by Ernest Airlines, to which from 13 January suspended the air transport license by ENAC.