Starting July 2015, Wizz Air will be flying to two new destinations from EuroAirport - Ohrid in Macedonia and Nis in Serbia

On Wednesday, 1 July 2015 Wizz Air is commencing a new service between EuroAirport and Ohrid in Macedonia and two days later on 3 July 2015 flights between EuroAirport and Nis in Serbia.

Wizz Air, Central Europe's leading airline, will be linking the trinational region twice weekly with Nis in Serbia (Mondays and Fridays) and with Ohrid in Macedonia (Wednesdays and Sundays) using modern Airbus A320 jets (180 seats). With more than 250,000 inhabitants, Nis is Serbia's third largest city. Ohrid in Southwest Macedonia is close to the border with Albania.

The introduction of these two new destinations enhances EuroAirport's flight offering to Central Europe. In addition to the existing connections to Belgrade, Bucharest, Cluj, Skopje and Tuzla, the two new destinations - Ohrid and Nis - will increase Wizz Air’s presence at EuroAirport, taking the total number of destinations to seven with 17 weekly departures. EuroAirport's Management welcomes these additions to the flight plan, which increases diversification in the offering of scheduled flights.

Wizz Air is Eastern and Central Europe's leading airline with headquarters in Budapest. As of the end of 2014 it offered 360 routes to 110 airports in 38 countries. Its all-Airbus fleet comprises 54 A320 aircraft. In 2014 the airline carried 15.8 million passengers.

For information on the flight plan and reservations, consult www.wizzair.com