Wizz Air reveals the flights to five destinations restarting next week

Wizz Air, Europe’s fastest growing airline which operates out of Doncaster Sheffield Airport, has announced it is restarting flights to five destinations on the green list from May 17 onwards, as the UK government sets out which countries people can travel to from England without having to quarantine.

Monday, 10th May 2021, 6:50 am

For those who have been dreaming of that post lockdown getaway, tickets are available now on wizzair.com or the airline’s mobile app.

From the 17 May onwards, passengers in England will be able to take advantage of Wizz Air’s ultra-low fares to travel quarantine-free to five exciting destinations on the green list. Whether it’s a cultural escape to the vibrant cities of Faro or Lisbon in Portugal, a relaxing beach holiday to Tel-Aviv in Israel, an adventurous trip to Reykjavik in Iceland or a getaway to the Mediterranean peninsula of Gibraltar, Wizz Air will have a total of 80 destinations on offer from 11 UK airports.

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Owain Jones, Managing Director of Wizz Air UK, said: “The Wizz Air team welcomes the announcement from the UK government on the green list countries for the restart of international travel. At WIZZ, we are prepared to ramp up operations quickly when restrictions ease, with the recent delivery of four brand new A321neo aircraft and the expansion of our UK network. In the past year alone, we have launched over 20 new routes to Europe and beyond, providing affordable airfares to exciting destinations. We are looking forward to welcoming passengers back on board our young, green aircraft, where they can rely on our stringent health and hygiene measures and excellent service as they head to their post lockdown getaway.”

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