Wizz Air has announced an extension to its Polish route out of John Lennon Liverpool Airport.
From the end of March the airline will increase its services to Katowice to three times a week.
Katowice, situated in the south west of Poland, has proved a popular service and demand is expected to be high on the increased route, from both family and friends visiting relations in either country, business and leisure passengers.
Speaking about the extension of services, Liverpool Airport’s Air Service Development Manager, Paul Winfield, said, “Wizz Air are one of Europe’s largest low cost airlines and have made significant progress over the past 12 months to grow their business at Liverpool and continue to take advantage of the opportunities to serve the North West market from here.”
This news comes just weeks after the airline also announced it was adding a new Budapest service from the airport.
Wizz Air’s Corporate Communications Manager, Tamara Mshvenieradze, added, “We hope that our services will be welcomed by our UK consumers and look forward to a continuous fruitful partnership with Liverpool Airport.“