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BUCHAREST (Romania), October 4 (SeeNews) - Hungarian low-cost carrier Wizz Air said it plans to allocate a new aircraft to its Romanian fleet, as well as launch six new routes from the northeastern city of Iasi next August.
The company will expand operations at its Bucharest base by adding an Airbus A320 aircraft, it said in a press release on Thursday.
This will be the third aircraft allocated to Wizz Air's Iasi base.
Also, the company will start flying to Barcelona, Bari, Verona, Berlin Schoenefeld, London Southend and Torino starting August 2020.
Also, with the arrival of the new aircraft, frequencies to Rome Ciampino, Bologna, Brussels Charleroi and Tel Aviv will increase, the company said.
In mid-September, Wizz Air announced that it plans to allocate a new aircraft to its Romanian fleet, as well as launch a new route from the capital Bucharest to France's Lyon next June.
In 2018, Wizz carried more than 8.3 million passengers on its low fare routes to and from Romania, which represents a 14% growth year on year.
Wizz Air now offers 148 routes to 20 countries from ten airports in Romania.