Wizz Air has suddenly postponed the beginning of flights to new lines from Belgrade. As Aviatica learns, the launching of all air services announced on June 16 at a media conference in Belgrade has been moved and, instead of July 16-19, they will start a month later.
The airline carrier's website shows that the flights have been withdrawn from the schedule and that their beginning has been moved to the second half of August.
Under the new schedule, flights to Turku, Hamburg and Cologne will begin on August 17. The first flights to Friedrichshafen, Lisbon and Barcelona are planned for a day later. Flights to Brussels (Charleroi) are planned to begin on August 19, and the first flights to Milan and Oslo should take place on August 20.
Salzburg air line changed too
The new line to Salzburg will be established on July 12, as planned, but the line will be operated by an aircraft from the base over there. There will be only two flights in July on this route (July 12 and 17), whereas the regular flight schedule on the route, with two flights a week, Mondays and Fridays, will be re-established only from August 3.
Reduction of number of flights
The number of flights on the “old” lines, to Dortmund, Basel and Gothenburg, has been reduced. The Wednesday flight to Basel in the last two weeks of July has been removed, and the Tuesday flight on the Gothenburg route is discontinued until the end of October. The number of flights to Dortmund has been reduced from five to four times a week.