Wizz Air is increasing the frequency on two of its most popular Luton routes with the introduction of a new aircraft.
The additional Airbus A321 brings the airline’s fleet at the airport to eight and will be used from April 19 to introduce a daily service to Chisinau in Moldova while the number of frequencies to Bucharest will increase from 21 to 26.
The additional flights will increase Wizz’s capacity at the airport to 7.4 million, an increase of 23% year on year.
It will also mean the airport is offering flights to destinations in 23 countries from Luton.
Wizz Air chief corporate officer Owain Jones said: “As the second largest operator at London Luton, Wizz’s continued investment at London Luton underlines our commitment to the UK market, offering our customers the opportunity to travel on one of the youngest and most efficient aircraft fleets in Europe to an ever-growing number of unique destinations in Europe.”