Wizz Air has announced that it will launch international flights out of Caerdydd airport from June.
Last December, the Hungarian low-cost airline, announced its intention to set up a base at the airport creating forty jobs. However, its plans were delayed as a result of the pandemic.
The first flight is scheduled to Faro, Portugal for June 17.
Caerdydd will become Wizz Air's fourth base in the UK, following Luton, Gatwick. and Doncaster Sheffield.
The airline said that it will launch nine routes to destinations including Alicante, Faro, and Tenerife.
Additionally. the airline said it will introduce seasonal routes during the summer to Corfu and Palma de Mallorca, and to Lanzarote and Sharm El Sheikh during the winter.
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