Holiday destinations in Bulgaria, Greece, Spain and Turkey are to be served by six new Wizz Air routes from spring 2021.
Flights will run from the budget airline’s Doncaster Sheffield, Gatwick and Luton airport bases with fares starting at £27.99.
A year-round service from Gatwick to Malaga will run four times a week from April 2.
Flights from Luton to Dalaman start on the same day, operating twice a week throughout the summer – the first flight to Turkey operated by the carrier since 2016.
Dalaman will also be served twice-weekly from Doncaster Sheffield together with Palma from April.
Two flights a week will run to Bourgas on Bulgaria’s Black Sea coast and to Crete from May.
The new destinations will see Wizz Air operate 25 routes from Doncaster Sheffield, where the airline officially opened a base in October.
Wizz Air UK also opened a new base at Gatwick the same month and at Cardiff airport earlier in December.
The airline now offers tickets on 144 routes from 12 UK airports.
Managing director Owain Jones said: “Although few people are able to travel at the moment, we’re looking ahead to brighter times, with today’s announcement further proof of our commitment to providing the UK with affordable, direct flights to exciting destinations.
“With the launch of 58 new Wizz Air UK routes this year alone, we continue to bring ever-better connectivity to the UK. In summer 2020, our customers loved our many brand-new holiday routes and we’re now giving them an even greater choice of favourite sunny holiday spots for summer 2021.”
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