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Wizz Air restarts

Doncaster and Luton airports have seen the reintroduction of Wizz Air services to a number of destinations over the last week.

Luton is the biggest beneficiary with flights to Lisbon, Milan and Rome operating four times a week, and flights twice weekly to Gran Canaria. Wizz Air customers local to Doncaster Sheffield Airport will also be able to visit three more holiday spots, as operations restart to Lanzarote and Tenerife twice weekly, flying to Fuerteventura once a week.

The airline says that for ultimate peace of mind during this time, passengers can book tickets with the airline's travel insurance package which includes Covid-19 cover and WIZZ Flex. With WIZZ Flex, travellers can cancel their flight up to three hours before departure without any fee and receive 100% of the fare immediately reimbursed in airline credit.

Marion Geoffroy, the newly appointed Managing Director of Wizz Air UK (See BTN 13 September), said: "We are excited to be restarting more routes from London Luton and Doncaster Sheffield, which will offer our customers even more options when deciding on their next trip away. Whether it's a city break to Milan, or a week away to Tenerife for the October half-term, passengers can rely on Wizz Air's great value options for their holidays. We look forward to welcoming back customers to experience our exceptional service on board our new, green Airbus aircraft."

https://wizzair.com

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