The airline flies to 18 countries and 3 destinations
Six million passengers were transported to and from Larnaca Airport by Wizz Air, which operates flights to 18 countries and 31 destinations.
In a company announcement, it is stated that completing six million passengers to and from Larnaca Airport “indicates Wizz Air's commitment to offering affordable, high-quality travel opportunities to its passengers. To celebrate this important milestone, the company presented the 6 millionth passenger with a travel voucher”.
It is added that “since the start of flight operations at Larnaca Airport in 2010, Wizz Air, an important partner in the Cypriot market, has invested in its base by deploying 4 aircraft, connecting passengers to 31 destinations in 18 countries including Athens , Copenhagen, Dammam, Jeddah, Kutaisi, London-Gatwick, Krakow, Prague, Rome, Tel Aviv and Yerevan.”
“The carrier focuses on passenger satisfaction in terms of services it offers, while in combination with its developing network, it has contributed significantly as the largest airline at Larnaca airport”, it is noted.
The announcement also states that “Larnaka airport is an important airport for Wizz Air. As a result of the airline's continued growth and the introduction of new routes, the number of passengers has grown significantly, which is a testament to Wizz Air's popularity and the strong demand for low-cost flights to and from the region.”
Zsuzsa Trubek, Director of Corporate Communications at Wizz Air stated that “we are proud of the milestone of carrying 6 million passengers at Larnaca Airport as it is a testament to the confidence of passengers in Wizz. We remain committed to offering the lowest prices, excellent service and an extensive network of destinations to meet the needs of our passengers,” he said.
Furthermore, Maria Kouroupi, Senior Director of Aviation Development and Communication of Hermes Airports said that “Wizz Air's success in Cyprus is in line with Hermes' strategy to strengthen air connectivity with flights all year round and promote sustainable tourism. It is a partnership that has contributed significantly to the development of the Cypriot economy and to the tourism of our country”.
We are, he concluded, “proud to be part of the Wizz journey and look forward to let's continue the successful cooperation with many milestones in the future”.