DTM: Wizz Air flies to Rome for the first time

Wizzair aircraft at Dortmund Airport (Photo: Dortmund Airport / Hans Juergen Landes Fotografie).
Wizzair aircraft at Dortmund Airport (Photo: Dortmund Airport / Hans Juergen Landes Fotografie).

DTM: Wizz Air flies to Rome for the first time

Wizzair aircraft at Dortmund Airport (Photo: Dortmund Airport / Hans Juergen Landes Fotografie).
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The Hungarian airline Wizz Air flew from Dortmund to Rome this afternoon for the first time.

The planes of the low-cost carrier take off several times a week. The connection is designed for three weekly flights – Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. In the first four weeks, the airline even connects Dortmund Airport up to five times with Rome Fiumicino Airport (FCO). The flights can be booked until June 2023. 

“We are delighted with the new offer, which meets the wishes of many of our passengers. Wizz Air is thus adding another attractive travel destination to its already broad destination profile,” says Guido Miletic. From Dortmund, Wizz Air mainly flies to Eastern European destinations such as Katowice, Belgrade and Plovdiv. In Italy, in addition to the capital, their offer also includes Sicily.

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