Wizz Air connects Eindhoven Airport to Bosnia-Herzegovina
Eindhoven, 23 April 2014
Wizz Air announced today that it will start up a new route between Eindhoven Airport and Tuzla International Airport in Bosnia-Herzegovina in June 2014, only three weeks after publishing its flight schedules for Poznań, its new destination in Poland.
Flights from Eindhoven to Tuzla will take place twice a week on Wednesdays and Sundays using the ultra-modern and quiet Airbus A320 that has room for up to 180 passengers. The route will go into operation on 22 June 2014.
Tuzla is the 16th destination to be offered by Wizz Air from Eindhoven Airport. Tuzla is the third largest city in Bosnia-Herzegovina with roots dating back to 1510 when it was an important garrison town in the Ottoman Empire. Nowadays, the city is the most important economic, tourist and cultural centre in North-East Bosnia.
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About Eindhoven Airport
Eindhoven Airport, with over 4 million passengers in 2015 the second largest airport in the Netherlands, boosts the business climate in the south of the Netherlands and is crucial to the region in achieving its ambitions. The airport is aiming for a broad portfolio of destinations. Flights depart from Eindhoven Airport to over 70 destinations. Speed and the total airport experience are its added values. Eindhoven Airport connects Brainport to Europe in particular and makes the region internationally accessible. With 1500 direct jobs the airport has grown into one of the region's largest employers. According to the agreements between national and regional stakeholders, Eindhoven Airport will have the space to grow to some 5.5 million passengers in 2020. The growth will be achieved with the support of the local community and within the frameworks of the Alders Opinion and the Dutch government's Air Travel Policy Document. Eindhoven Airport pursues an integrated policy for growth, the environment and sustainability.