LONDON — Eastern European carrier Wizz Air, that also has a UK AOC under the name Wizz Air UK, has announced an additional expansion out of Liverpool Airport, based in the North West of England.

The carrier, at the end of October this year, will launch routes to Bucharest, Cluj, and Iasi.

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Wizz Air already serves seven destinations from Liverpool to destinations across Romania, Poland, and Hungary.

With the addition of these services, Wizz Air will now provide up to 17 weekly flights from Liverpool alone, offering more than 290,000 seats to be on sale in 2019.

This growth comes on the back of Wizz Air launching their UK subsidiary, in which eight Airbus aircraft have been added to the fleet of that UK AOC.

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Wizz Air Chief Corporate Officer, Owain Jones, said:

“Wizz Air’s investment in the UK continues as we bring new flights to Liverpool John Lennon Airport, increasing our network of destinations for our customers in the North West to include some of Romania’s most historic and lively destinations.”

“The new routes offer the perfect choice for a city break with a difference and access to Romania’s beautiful countryside.”

“We are looking forward to welcoming even more customers traveling on our seven routes from Liverpool John Lennon Airport, as they experience WIZZ’s truly low fares and great service on board one of Europe’s youngest and most efficient aircraft fleets.”

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Paul Winfield, Director of Aviation Development for Liverpool John Lennon Airport commented:

“Wizz Air is well established in the North West having operated services from Liverpool for almost 14 years and we are delighted to see this latest phase of their development with these 3 new routes complimenting their existing 4 destinations currently served from Liverpool.”

“There is a strong demand for flights between the North West and Romania, giving more passengers the opportunity to take advantage of our faster, easier, friendlier customer experience, where 93% of passengers currently pass through security in less than 5 minutes.”

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Wizz Air’s breakdown of these new operations will offer a three times per week service to Bucharest’s Henri Coanda International Airport on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays from October 30 as well as a twice per week service to Cluj-Napoca’s Avram Iancu Cluj International Airport on Mondays and Fridays from October 29, with services to Iasi International Airport, also commencing on the same day on Mondays and Fridays respectively.