Wizz Air Abu Dhabi, the ultra-low-fare national airline of the UAE, has announced a promotion with 20 percent off selected flights from and to Abu Dhabi until the end of June for bookings made on March 29.
The airline aims to capitalise on the increasing demand for travel during Eid, allowing adventurous travellers to book reduced ultra-low-fare tickets, with exciting travel opportunities and experiences.
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi recently added popular routes to The Maldives, Bishkek (Kyrgyzstan), Santorini (Greece) and Medina (Saudi Arabia), providing hassle-free travel and making travel available for everyone. Reduced fares as low as AED179 ($48.7) are already on sale.
Johan Eidhagen, Officer and Managing Director of Wizz Air Abu Dhabi, said: “Wizz Air is committed to carrying the flag of ultra-low-cost travel in the region and enabling residents to explore a plethora of must-see culturally rich destinations including vibrant cities and natural paradises. Adventurous travellers can enjoy 20 percent off our already ultra-low-fare fares, with affordable and hassle-free travel awaiting all our customers. We look forward to sharing our love of adventure and seeing you on board our aircraft soon.”
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi provides ultra-low fare, hassle-free and efficient travel options to Alexandria (Egypt), Almaty (Kazakhstan), Amman (Jordan), Ankara (Turkey), Aqaba (Jordan), Athens (Greece), Baku (Azerbaijan), Belgrade (Serbia), Bishkek (Kyrgyzstan), Dammam (Saudi Arabia), Kuwait City (Kuwait), Kutaisi (Georgia), Larnaca (Cyprus), Manama (Bahrain), Male (Maldives), Medina (Saudi Arabia), Muscat (Oman), Nur Sultan (Kazakhstan), Salalah (Oman), Santorini (Greece), Samarkand (Uzbekistan), Sarajevo (Bosnia), Sohag (Egypt), Tashkent (Uzbekistan), Tel-Aviv (Israel), Tirana (Albania) and Yerevan (Armenia) among others.
Passengers can book tickets with confidence, thanks to Wizz Flex, with which they can cancel their flight up to three hours before departure without any fee and receive 100% of the fare immediately reimbursed in airline credit. – TradeArabia News Service