Dortmund: Wizz Air reactivates Larnaka

A320 winglet (Photo: Jan Gruber).
A320 winglet (Photo: Jan Gruber).

Dortmund: Wizz Air reactivates Larnaka

A320 winglet (Photo: Jan Gruber).
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The low-cost airline Wizz Air wants to reactivate the destination Larnaka from Dortmund from October 9, 2021. Initially, the route should be operated once a week.

The target group are people who want to spend an autumn vacation on the Mediterranean island. The flight time is about four hours. The Dortmund base is currently the only one on German soil, but not for long, because this will be closed shortly. The airport should then only be approached from other bases.

In Germany, Wizz Air controls the airports from Cologne, Dortmund, Frankfurt Hahn, Hamburg, Memmingen, Nuremberg, Friedrichshafen, Karlsruhe / Baden-Baden, Berlin, Hanover and Bremen.

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