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Wizz Air launches two new routes from Brussels South Charleroi Airport

The company adds Belgrade and Bacău to its network of destinations. Wizz Air has announced the opening of two new routes from Brussels South Charleroi Airport. Belgrade will be linked to BSCA from July 19, 2020.

In the fall, a sixth route to Romania will be launched. The city of Bacău will be connected to Bruxelles-Charleroi from October 29, 2020. Tickets to each of the destinations are already on sale on the company's website - .

July 2020 will mark the opening to two new countries from Brussels South Charleroi Airport. On June 6, the airline announced the launch of routes between BSCA and the Albanian capital, Tirana. Today, Serbia joins the network of destinations offered by the company from the Brussels-Charleroi tarmac.

Recognized as one of the oldest cities in Europe, Belgrade will be linked to Brussels South Charleroi Airport on two weekly flights. The Belgrade - Brussels - Charleroi - Belgrade connections will be operated on Wednesdays and Sundays.

The Airbus A321, with a capacity of 230 seats, will leave Belgrade at 06.25 (local time) to land on the BSCA tarmac around 09.05. The return to the Serbian capital will be at 09.50 from Charleroi to arrive at destination around 12.10 (local time).

The company also announces the launch of a sixth line to Romania. With a frequency of three weekly flights, Bacău will be connected to Brussels South Charleroi Airport on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Operated by the airline's Airbus A320 (180 seats), the flights will take place in the morning from Brussels-Charleroi.

Philippe VERDONCK, Chief Executive Officer of Brussels South Charleroi Airport, says: “ Vienna, Tirana and now Belgrade and Bacău, in short, so many new things for our passengers. Wizz Air continues to develop from our airport and we are grateful for the confidence placed in all of our teams. Today, our terminal comes back to life and our operations are gradually restarting. This new announcement from Wizz Air encourages us to stay the course and work in a positive dynamic aimed at offering more diversity to our travelers. In addition, we are pursuing our objective of offering airport users an easy and fast experience, all in optimal security conditions. "