Budapest-based low-cost carrier (LCC) Wizz Air plans to open its 27th base at Bulgaria’s Varna Airport, from July 21, 2017, with one new Airbus A320. Varna, which will be Wizz Air’s second Bulgarian airport base, represents a $98 million investment and will create 36 jobs. In 2017, the LCC will base eight aircraft in Bulgaria—seven in Sofia and one in Varna—employing over 300 crew. The new services include 3X-weekly Varna-Dortmund and 2X-weekly Memmingen (Germany); ...

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