Doncaster Sheffield and Glasgow will gain flights to Lublin as Wizz Air establishes a new base at the regional airport in eastern Poland.
Up to three flights a week will be offered on the two new routes from September 14 while frequency on an existing service from Luton will be increased to daily from five flights a week.
The central and eastern European budget carrier is to use Lublin, Poland’s ninth largest city, as its sixth base in the country by deploying an Airbus A320 at the airport.
Chief commercial officer György Abrán said: "The first Wizz flight took off from Poland in 2004 and over the past 11 years, we have earned the trust and loyalty of our Polish customers.
“Developing and adding regional airports to our network, we have constantly expanded our operations in Poland and today’s announcement once again underlines our commitment to the country.
“We put Lublin on the map of aviation in 2012 and it will now become the sixth Polish airport where we establish base operations.
“The new base will create a number of local jobs with Wizz Air and our local business partners while allowing us to bring more low fare routes to Poland.”
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