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Wizz Air increases number of flights from Larnaca, Cluj and Varna

Wizz Air announced that it has increased its number of flights from Larnaca, Cluj, and Varna, offering travellers more options than ever before to explore top destinations across its network during summer and autumn.

"As part of Wizz Air's commitment to providing exceptional service and affordable travel, the expanded schedules will cater to the needs of sun-seekers, travel enthusiasts, and explorers looking to make the most of their holidays," the company said in a press release. "With these additional flights, Wizz Air will add extra capacity of 177k seats to its already extensive network, with 93k of these additional seats being available for passengers travelling from Cyprus."

These additional flights will ensure that passengers have greater flexibility, a more convenient travel schedule, and access to some of the most sought-after locations within the Wizz Air network, it added.

"Wizz Air continues to strengthen its position as the leading low-cost airline in Cyprus, ensuring that passengers can enjoy high-quality service and convenience without breaking the bank. Travellers can look forward to experiencing the diverse and exciting destinations, making their summer and autumn holidays truly memorable," it concluded.

Increased Flight Frequencies Include:

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