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Wizz Air flights from Belgrade to Brussels and Gothenburg

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The low cost airline Wizz Air , which will open its base at Belgrade Nikola Tesla in April 2011, has announced the launch of another 2 routes. The no frills carrier will begin flights from Belgrade to Gothenburg’s City Airport and Charleroi (Brussels) from late March. The new services will operate twice per week. Attila Dankovics, Marketing, Sales and Communication director at Wizz Air said, “We are excited about our new expansion milestone reached in Serbia. Besides the new direct flight to Gothenburg, our new Brussels flight makes the capital of Europe available directly from Belgrade. This, together with the already operated routes allows more and more passengers to enjoy the Wizz flying experience – great service at truly affordable prices”.

Wizz Air already serves Belgrade from London Luton and Dortmund. The airline will begin flights to Malmo and Rome this week while it will initiate services to Stockholm, Memmingen and Eindhoven next April.

Wizz Air will compete with Jat Airways on both flights to Brussels and Gothenburg. Jat operates flights to Brussels via Amsterdam while Gothenburg was upgraded from a seasonal to an all year round service this year. Unlike Wizz, Jat operates flights to Brussels National Airport and Gothenburg Landvetter Airport.

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