Low-cost carrier Wizz Air is to launch a new service from Belgrade to Luton, along with flights from Riga to the London airport, and from Wroclaw to Cork and Doncaster/Sheffield.
The Hungarian airline will commence a thrice-weekly route between Luton and Belgrade on July 24. BA currently serves the Serbian capital with flights from London Heathrow, as does national carrier Jat Airways.
Ahead of the launch of the Belgrade service Wizz Air will also commence flights from Doncaster/Sheffield to Wroclaw on March 12, and from Cork to the Polish city on March 14. The carrier will also start flying from Luton to Riga on March 30. The Latvian capital is currently served by Rayanir from Stansted, and Air Baltic from Gatwick.
For more information visit wizzair.com.
Report by Mark Caswell