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Old April 5th, 2017, 01:34 PM   #1
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WIZZ AIR ADDS ANOTHER SUNNY DESTINATION TO ITS EVER-GROWING POLISH NETWORK

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Wizz Air, the largest low-cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe, today announced a new sunny route from Poland. Starting on 30 June, the newest WIZZ service will connect Warsaw with Agadir in Morocco with two weekly flights. Seats are already on sale and can be booked on wizzair.com from just €29.99/129 PLN*.

Located in southern Morocco, Agadir is a popular holiday destination. It is surrounded by the Anti Atlas on the Atlantic coast with many national parks and spacious beaches, which are all within easy reach to the city. Agadir is a new destination, Morocco is a new country in the WIZZ network, which now consists of 140 airports in 42 countries.

Wizz Air has now over 200 customer-oriented crew and six aircraft based in Warsaw. The airline has recently started two new routes from the Polish capital to Billund in Denmark and Santander in Spain and will launch seven further Warsaw services in the summer after basing a seventh aircraft at Chopin Airport. With its new Agadir service, Wizz Air now offers 49 routes to 25 countries from Warsaw Chopin Airport.

In 2016, WIZZ carried 6.9 million passengers on its low fare Polish routes, which represents a 13% growth year over year and supports more than 5,000 local jobs in associated industries. WIZZ now connects its eight Polish airports with 68 destinations across Europe and beyond.

Gabor Vasarhelyi, Corporate Communications Manager at Wizz Air said: “We are delighted to add another attractive sunny destination to our ever-growing Polish network. Agadir in Morocco is now available on our low fares from Warsaw and we are sure this route will be popular among our savvy customers who fancy year-round sun and wish to spend a relaxing holiday in a beautiful environment. We stay committed to Poland and keep on offering the lowest possible fares, which are always paired with an excellent onboard experience. We recommend our customers to snap up the lowest fares quickly on wizzair.com!
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WizzAir plans Morocco launch in late-June 2017



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WizzAir this week announced new service launch to Morocco, which also marks the airline’s return to North Africa. From 30JUN17, the airline begins Warsaw – Agadir route, operating twice a week.

W61591 WAW1630 – 1950AGA 320 15
W61592 AGA2035 – 0330+1WAW 320 15
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Wizz Air will inaugurate twice weekly flights between Warsaw and Agadir from June 30, 2017, its first scheduled flights into the continent since it served Hurghada in Egypt back in 2014 and 2015.

By Richard Maslen LinkedIn
Posted 4 April 2017 15:40


Central and Eastern European low-cost airline specialist Wizz Air is to resume flights into Africa from the middle of this year as it makes its debut in Morocco. The airline will inaugurate twice weekly flights between Warsaw and Agadir from June 30, 2017, its first scheduled flights into the continent since it served Hurghada in Egypt back in 2014 and 2015.

The Wizz Air network now encompasses 140 airports in 42 countries, but it has been reluctant to expand into Africa. It made its debut on the continent in summer 2009 when its Ukraine business introduced flights between Kiev and both Hurghada and Sharm-el-Sheikh, which operated for three consecutive schedule periods. Latterly, in September 2014, it also operated a weekly flight between Warsaw and Hurghada, also offering flights to the Egyptian leisure destination from Budapest between May and December 2015.

The new service into North Africa is being facilitated by the arrival of a seventh stationed aircraft at the airline’s Chopin Airport base in Warsaw. Wizz Air has recently started two new routes from the Polish capital to Billund in Denmark and Santander in Spain and will launch seven further services in the summer thanks to the additional capacity. This will grow its network to 49 routes across 25 countries.

Located in southern Morocco, Agadir is a popular holiday destination. It is surrounded by the Anti Atlas on the Atlantic coast with many national parks and spacious beaches, which are all within easy reach to the city. It is currently served from Warsaw by charter specialist Travel Service Polska, a sister airline of Czech operator Travel Service Airlines.

Over the past ten years, flag carriers LOT Polish Airlines and Royal Air Maroc and LOT’s low-cost brand Centralwings have all served the Warsaw – Agadir city pair for limited periods. Travel Service Polska first entered the market in December 2013 on a seasonal basis, resuming flights for a longer season in winter 2014/2015. Summer flights commenced from April 2016 through to August 2016 and a winter programme concluded earlier this month.

The new Wizz Air route appears to be the only regular scheduled link into Morocco from the Polish capital, according to schedules data from OAG. Royal Air Maroc had also operated flights between Warsaw and Casablanca between March 2010 and October 2011, according to the intelligence provider.

Wizz Air continues its dramatic network growth and is forecasted to grow its seat capacity 21.7 per cent year-on-year this summer, based on published schedules. It has recently announced or initiated notable growth out of Bosnia-Herzegovina (Tuzla), Romania (Cluj-Napoca and Suceava), Ukraine (Kiev and Lviv) and into Israel (Tel Aviv).

In the past week it has opened a base in Chisinau, Republic of Moldova, its 26th, and it has also revealed plans to expand its network into Kazakhstan with the launch of twice weekly flights between Budapest and Astana from June 8, 2017, coinciding with the city’s hosting of the Expo 2017 international exposition.

This summer’s growth will see Wizz Air boost its network capacity beyond the 20 million seat inventory and is forecasted to be its highest rate of growth this decade. Since summer 2000 it has almost trebled its network offering with a growth of 161.5 per cent, including four consecutive years of double-digit year-on-year seasonal growth between 2014 and 2017 and two subsequent years growing at rates beyond 20 per cent.

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Old June 17th, 2017, 01:34 AM   #5
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cest bien que Wizz arrive au Maroc , espérons qu ils développent rapidement de nouvelles lignes comme vers Vienne , Prague , Budapest , Bratislava, Riga , Tallin , Zagreb , Liubijana ...
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WizzAir expands Agadir service in W17



By Jim Liu
Posted15 August 2017

WizzAir yesterday (14AUG17) announced service expansion at Agadir in Morocco, which sees the launch of 4 new routes in winter 2017/18 season. Planned service as follow.

Budapest – Agadir eff 31OCT17 2 weekly (Day 26)
Katowice – Agadir eff 02NOV17 1 weekly (Day 4)
Vilnius – Agadir eff 01NOV17 1 weekly (Day 3)
Wroclaw – Agadir eff 02NOV17 1 weekly (Day 4)
http://www.routesonline.com/news/38/...route-20170815

2 villes polonaise en plus de Varsovie
Budapest en Hongrie
Vilnius en Lituanie

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Publié le 15 août 2017 dans Actualité, Info pratique, Low cost, Nouvelle liaison - 3 commentaires

La compagnie aérienne low cost Wizz Air lancera cet automne quatre nouvelles liaisons vers Agadir, au départ de Budapest en Hongrie, de Vilnius en Lituanie, et de Katowice et Wroclaw en Pologne.

A partir du 31 octobre 2017, la spécialiste hongroise du vol pas cher proposera deux vols par semaine entre sa base à Budapest-Ferenc Liszt et l’aéroport d’Agadir-Al Massira, opérés en Airbus A320 de 180 places. Les départs sont programmés mardi et samedi à 16h20 pour arriver à 20h05, les vols retour quittant le Maroc à 20h45 pour atterrir le lendemain à 2h15. Wizz Air sera sans concurrence sur cette route.

La low cost avait inauguré le 30 juin ses premiers vols vers Agadir, sa seule destination marocaine à ce jour, au départ de Varsovie. L’aéroport de Budapest souligne dans un communiqué que la nouvelle route était déjà proposée en charter, tandis qu’il bénéficiera à l’automne d’une nouvelle ligne vers Marrakech opérée par Ryanair. « Nous sommes ravis de voir cette expansion vers une nouvelle frontière, (le Maroc étant) certainement un marché avec de belles opportunités de croissance », a déclaré Balazs Bogats, directeur du développement compagnies aériennes à Budapest. L’aéroport dispose également de lignes vers Alger (Air Algérie), Le Caire (Egyptair) et Hurghada (Air Cairo et Travel Services). Wizz Air propose désormais 67 routes au départ de sa base historique, dont Bordeaux et Nice.

La route vers Agadir au départ de l’aéroport de Vilnius sera lancée le 1er novembre sous réserve d’approbation gouvernementale, avec départ en A320 de Lituanie le mercredi à 13h00 pour arriver à 16h35, et retour du Maroc à 17h00 pour se poser le lendemain à 0h40.

Mêmes réserves sur le vol qui sera opéré tous les jeudis en A320 à partir du 2 novembre entre Katowice et Agadir : départ de Pologne à 15h35 (arrivée à 19h30), et retour du Maroc à 20h10 (arrivée le lendemain à 1h55).

Enfin la liaison entre Wroclaw-Copernicus et Agadir sera elle aussi sous réserve d’approbations opérée en A320 tous les jeudis à compter du 2 novembre, avec départ de Pologne à 15h20 (arrivée à 19h10) et retour à 19h50 (arrivée le lendemain à 1h30). Wizz Air sera sans concurrence sur ces trois routes, qui entrent dans le cadre d’une expansion un peu partout en Europe de l’est annoncée la semaine dernière.

http://www.air-journal.fr/2017-08-15...port+aérien%29

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« la spécialiste hongroise du vol pas cher proposera deux vols par semaine entre sa base à Budapest-Ferenc Liszt et l’aéroport d’Agadir-Al Massira, opérés en Airbus A320 de 180 places. Les départs sont programmés mardi et samedi à 16h20 »

Cela tombe bien, Les vols Moscou et St Peter arrivent déjà en début d’après midi a Budapest possible que Wizz a calculer ces chreno horraires pour fair du Moscou-Agadir en Low Cost
et élargir rapidement ses parts de marcher avec 4 vols en 2 trips sur un segment encore inaccessibles aux LC occidentales.
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❗ 4 NEW ROUTES TO AGADIR ❗

We are happy to announce that we will fly you from Budapest, Vilnius, Katowice and Wroclaw to the sunny Agadir in Morocco. ☀ These exciting new routes will start already in this winter season! Agadir is a perfect summer destination thanks to the 300 days of sunshine a year, the spacious sandy beaches, and the national parks near the city. 🏖 Seats on the new routes can be booked at wizzair.com or via the free WIZZ mobile app from only €29.99*(Budapest-Agadir) ✈

* One way price including taxes, administration and other non-optional charges and one hand luggage (max: 55x40x23cm, 10 kg). Each piece of checked-in baggage is subject to additional fees. The price applies only to bookings made on wizzair.com and the WIZZ mobile app or made by our call centre. Number of seats at indicated prices are limited.

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Wizzair : Budapest - Agadir (2)
Ryanair : Budapest - Marrakech (2)

Les autres villes à venir : Tanger, Fes, Dakhla

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Agadiras pour les lituaniens.


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Wizz Air whisks up an Agadir route quartet








Vilnius Airport celebrated the launch of flights to Agadir with much fanfare on 1 November. Pictured celebrating the new service with the route launch photo frame are Lithuanian Airports’ Agnė Mažeikytė, Communications Project Manager and Aurimas Stikliunas, Head of Aviation Services. Stikliunas also had the honour of cutting the ribbon to officially open the Agadir route. A cake was also enjoyed by the first flight’s passengers. Wizz Air will operate a weekly (Wednesdays) service to Agadir on its A320s according to OAG schedules.




Alongside Budapest Airport’s CEO Jost Lammers (left) and officially launching Budapest Airport’s second link to Morocco, after Marrakech, with a ribbon cutting were: Miklós Tromler, Ambassador of Hungary in Morocco; Szilveszter Bus, Hungarian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Deputy State Secretary for Opening to the South; Mohammed Sajjid, Moroccan Minister of Tourism, Air Transport, Handicraft and Social Economy; Karima Kabbaj, Ambassador of Morocco to Hungary; Abderrafia Zouiten, Director General of the National Moroccan Tourism Office (ONMT); Gábor Vásárhelyi, Corporate Communications Manager, Wizz Air; and Kam Jandu, CCO, Budapest Airport (back row).



This week Wizz Air launched flights from Katowice to Agadir, the airline’s second route launch from the Polish airport at the start of this winter season, with it following on from the inauguration of services to Eilat Ovda on 30 October. Launched 2 November, Wizz Air will offer a weekly (Thursdays) flight on the 3,252-kilometre link to the North African airport. As a result of starting flights to Agadir, Wizz Air now offers 32 destinations from Katowice this winter.



Wizz Air has this week started four new routes to Agadir (AGA), following on from the airline’s first service to the North African airport from Warsaw Chopin on 30 June. The ULCC now connects the Moroccan destination to Budapest (BUD), Katowice (KTW), Vilnius (VNO) and Wroclaw (WRO). Commenting on the launch between Budapest and Agadir, Jost Lammers, CEO, Budapest Airport, said: “We started the year with no direct services to Morocco, so I’m delighted to witness the fast expansion in this market. To add another location on our route map, and immediately be able to offer two main cities within the new country, is a clear sign of the opportunities we have worked to develop and we’re extremely expectant of further growth within this region.” Lammers comments follow on from Ryanair’s first flight to Marrakech from the Hungarian capital last week. Apart from Budapest, which will see a twice-weekly link to Agadir, the three remaining services inaugurated to the latter airport will offer a weekly rotation. Along with Wizz Air’s new Moroccan services, the carrier has also launched two routes to Eilat Ovda (VDA) this week, from Prague (PRG) and Riga (RIX). None of the six routes launched by Wizz Air this week faces direct competition.
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Quand on regarde les statistiques on se rend compte qu'en Europe Centrale/Est les marchés les plus importants sont :
1 - Pologne
2 - Roumanie
3 - Hongrie
4 - Bulgarie
5 - Lituanie

Dans les faits, Wizzair a ouvert depuis Agadir :
- Varsovie, Katowice et Wroclaw en Pologne
- Budapest en Hongrie
- pas de Bucarest en Roumanie ni de Sofia en Bulgarie mais Vilnius en Lituanie qui n'est que son 5ème marché. Ce qui peut laisser planer quelques doutes sur la pérennité de cette ligne. Si l'on voit les choses différemment, on peut penser que les prochaines ouvertures seront Bucarest/Cluj, Sofia voir Gdansk en Pologne.







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Wizz Air is the largest ULCC in Central and Eastern Europe, operating a fleet of 87 A320s and A321s, and offers more than 550 routes from 27 bases, connecting 145 destinations across 43 countries, according to the carrier’s latest monthly results press release (we could only find 42 countries – see below). In the last 12 months (rolling year) the airline has delivered 30.5 million seats to market, up 21% versus the same period last year, when it offered a total capacity of 25.5 million on board its fleet. Referring to the same time frame, it handled 27.9 million passengers up to and including November 2017, a staggering 24% rise over the 22.4 million it carried in the preceding 12 months. With passenger growth outstripping its increased seat provision, load factors have responded favourably, up 2.4% from 89.0% to 91.4%.
http://www.anna.aero/2017/12/06/wizz...ngers-in-2017/

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Wizzair supprime quelques lignes depuis Agadir

Wizzair va supprimer malheureusement des lignes qui a recement ouverts meme pas 1 mois comme celle vers la lithuanie. et elle ne va garder que Budapest et warsaw pour la saison été 2018.

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Wizzair va supprimer malheureusement des lignes qui a recement ouverts meme pas 1 mois comme celle vers la lithuanie. et elle ne va garder que Budapest et warsaw pour la saison été 2018.

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Je ne pensais pas que mes craintes seraient confirmées moins de 24h plus tard.

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Quand on regarde les statistiques on se rend compte qu'en Europe Centrale/Est les marchés les plus importants sont :
1 - Pologne
2 - Roumanie
3 - Hongrie
4 - Bulgarie
5 - Lituanie

Dans les faits, Wizzair a ouvert depuis Agadir :
- Varsovie, Katowice et Wroclaw en Pologne
- Budapest en Hongrie
- pas de Bucarest en Roumanie ni de Sofia en Bulgarie mais Vilnius en Lituanie qui n'est que son 5ème marché. Ce qui peut laisser planer quelques doutes sur la pérennité de cette ligne. Si l'on voit les choses différemment, on peut penser que les prochaines ouvertures seront Bucarest/Cluj, Sofia voir Gdansk en Pologne.
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