Hungary-based low-cost carrier (LCC) Wizz Air will permanently base its Warsaw flights from the Polish capital’s main Chopin Airport, abandoning its previous home of Warsaw-Modlin Airport. The move came following more than six months of temporary operations at Warsaw Chopin. Warsaw-Modlin, a former military airbase 35 km north of Warsaw, was intended as a new, lower-cost location for LCCs. It opened for civilian services in July 2012. Wizz Air moved its operations to Warsaw ...

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