Wizz Air schedules extra flight for Tartan Army
21 January 2014
Wizz Air has announced it will add one extra flight between Warsaw and Glasgow for Scotland's upcoming match against Poland.
Scotland will play Poland in a friendly on Wednesday 5 March at the National Stadium, Warsaw as part of preparations for the Euro 2016 qualifiers.
Wizz Air operates direct flights from Glasgow to Gdansk and Warsaw and has added an extra flight on Thursday 6 March from Warsaw to Glasgow to accommodate the returning Tartan Army.
Daniel de Carvalho, corporate spokesman for Wizz Air, said: “Wizz Air is delighted to announce an extra flight to allow the Tartan Army an early return home after enjoying the match with Poland. Our convenient departure time ensures fans can return to work or enjoy a full free day with an early morning arrival at Glasgow Airport after the match. Since we operate to the main Warsaw airport, our flights are the shortest way for fans to join their team.
“Wizz Air operates flights on the new Airbus A320 aircraft and has an extensive operation to the UK, including routes to Glasgow Airport. Demand on our Scottish-Polish flights in early March is high and we recommend fans book their seats quickly on www.Wizzair.com.”
Wizz Air is the largest low-cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe, operates a fleet of 45 Airbus A320 aircraft and offers more than 300 routes from 19 bases, connecting 95 destinations across 35 countries. At Wizz Air, a team of over 1,700 aviation professionals deliver superior service and very low ticket prices making Wizz Air the preferred choice of over 13.5 million passengers in 2013.