Flights to Eindhoven, London has restarted, while three more holiday flights will begin later in June.
After a complete break of several months, Wizz Air is restarting its base in Debrecen, said András Radó, the airline’s corporate communications manager in a recent interview.
Flights from Eindhoven and London have now resumed. The planes will be flying again between Paris and Debrecen from 18th of June. Those interested can fly to Tel Aviv from the end of the month.
There will also be three holiday flights that restart in June including the flights to Cyprus , Mallorca and the fabulous island of Santorini in Greece.
Update: Wizz air has announced three departures from Debrecen to Larnaca will begin on June 20th, 27th and then on the 30th. Flights can now be booked on the airline’s online interfaces.
According to Debrecen Airport, the planes are constantly monitored and the frequency of flights may change in the light of the data. The lifting or reintroducing restrictions can also have an impact on the schedule.
Debrecen International Airport handled more than 600,000 passengers in 2019, and in the same year Wizzair, at the airline’s local base, greeted the airline’s 1.5 millionth passenger in Debrecen.
It is important that everyone wear a mask on the planes, and to be aware of the requirements of the destination country.
For example, if the destination country requests a negative PCR test, travelers without it will not be allowed on the plane even if they have tickets, as they will not be able to enter that country without a negative test.