The low-cost airline Wizz Air has again postponed the resumption of the flights planned for Salzburg. This is a tried and tested pattern that the low-cost airline has been practicing time and again since the temporary withdrawal from the city of Mozart, which took place without a sound.
In the summer of the previous year, Wizz Air announced some routes from Salzburg, but only a few were accepted and then discontinued due to the entry and quarantine regulations. For example, St. Petersburg has not been served a single time to date. Since then, the lowcoster has been postponing the announced Salzburg flights at regular intervals by a few weeks.
The presence in Mozart's city should be smaller, because with the exception of Varna, the Balkan destinations have been completely canceled. Wizz Air is sticking to St. Petersburg, Kiev-Schuljany and the Bulgarian coastal city. The new recording dates as of May 17, 2021 are:
- Varna: June 28, 2021, twice a week
- Kiev-Shulyany: June 14, 2021, twice a week
- St. Petersburg: July 04th, 2021, twice a week
In contrast to Vienna, Wizz Air does not have a base in Salzburg. All flights are carried out “in” from other bases into Mozart's city. Furthermore, Salzburg does not employ its own staff, so the postponements - at least in Austria - do not have any personal effects. However, this does not apply to Vienna-Schwechat, where aircraft are stationed and also employ their own staff.