Wizz Air Bulgaria

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Wizz Air Bulgaria
Wizz logo.png
IATA ICAO Callsign
Founded 2005
Ceased operations 2011 (merged with Wizz Air Hungary)
Hubs Sofia Airport
Fleet size 3
Destinations 14
Parent company Wizz Air
Headquarters Sofia, Bulgaria
Website www.wizzair.com

Wizz Air Bulgaria Airlines EAD was the Bulgarian division of Wizz Air. The Bulgarian company was awarded licences to begin services to Greece, Turkey and Moldova in 2006.

Due to operational reasons in 2011 Wizz Air Bulgaria merged with its parent Wizz Air Hungary. All flights are now operating under Wizz Air Hungary. Wizz Air Bulgaria operated destinations from Sofia to Barcelona, Valencia, Milan, Brussels and increased the number of flights to London/Luton, Rome/Fiumicino/Ciampino and Dortmund by commissioning third Airbus A320 to serve the new routes.


A Wizz Air Bulgaria Airbus A320-200 takes off from London Luton Airport, England
Wizz Air Bulgaria Airbus A320-200 taxiing at Orio al Serio Airport, Italy

Wizz Air Bulgaria served the following destinations:

 United Kingdom


As of May 2010 the Wizz Air Bulgaria fleet consisted of three Airbus A320-200 aircraft. These were removed from the Bulgarian aircraft register in July 2011.[1]


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