The low-cost airline will be offering three weekly flights from Salzburg to St. Petersburg from mid-September 2020. Belgrade will be served again from Friedrichshafen on July 16, 2020.
From September 18, 2020, the Hungarian low-cost airline Wizzair will be offering the destination St. Petersburg from Salzburg three times a week. The cheapest ticket should be available from 24,99 euros. The carrier is thus expanding the route network from Mozart's city, which was announced just a few days ago.
The route Salzburg-St. Petersburg from September 18, 2020 on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. Wizzair spokesman András Rado: “It is a great pleasure for me to announce the start of the new route from Salzburg to St. Petersburg, so shortly after Wizz Air started operations at Salzburg Airport. Today's announcement underscores our long-term commitment in Salzburg and for the Austrian aviation market. It is our goal to offer our Austrian passengers more and more affordable travel options. We invite all travelers to discover these and other great European destinations with one of the youngest and most modern aircraft fleets and to enjoy the affordable tariffs and services on board Wizz. "
Belgrade from Friedrichshafen
From Friedrichshafen, the Hungarian low-cost lilac will resume the destination Belgrade. Tuzla and Skopje are already served. The Serbian capital will be served three times a week from Lake Constance Airport from July 16, 2020.
“Taking on a new route at a challenging time is a strong signal for the demand from the Lake Constance region and the good cooperation between the airport and Wizz Air. For the around 70.000 fellow citizens with a Serbian background, the destination Belgrade and their families is moving closer Friends much closer. But otherwise the flights are also ideal for a city trip off the beaten tourist track with low airfare ”, says Claus-Dieter Wehr, Managing Director Bodensee-Airport.