Wizz Air launches two new routes to Maldives and Kuwait
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Wizz Air launches two new routes to Maldives and Kuwait

Wizz Air launches two new routes to Maldives and Kuwait

Fares will start from Dhs99 for Kuwait and Dhs319 for Maldives from October

Zubina Ahmed
Wizz Air launches two new routes to Maldives and Kuwait

Abu Dhabi based budget carrier Wizz Air, announced on Thursday July 21, that it has launched two new routes from Abu Dhabi to Kuwait and the Maldives.

Fares will start from Dhs99 for Kuwait and Dhs319 for Maldives from October.

There will be four flights departing each week from Abu Dhabi International Airport on Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday, from October 4. While, Abu Dhabi to Kuwait will have a daily flight starting on October 30.

Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased through the airline’s mobile app or through wizzair.com. The current rates for one-way ticket are listed below.

Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to Maldives

Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to Kuwait

The airline took to twitter stating “Here’s something new, with Wizz you can now discover the unrivalled white-sand beaches and the astonishing underwater world of the Maldives or the hidden cultural gems of Kuwait! Don’t miss the chance to explore something new from Abu Dhabi! The flights will be operated on an Airbus A321neo aircraft, which offers the lowest environmental footprint.”

In March, the airline also launched services to Sri Lanka, while in April it announced services to the cities of Budapest, Bucharest, Cluj-Napoca, Vienna, Katowice, Catania and Bari.

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Kuwait is the airline’s fifth key destination in the Gulf. The new routes will see Wizz Air Abu Dhabi fly to a total of 34 destinations within a five-hour flight time radius of the capital, since the airline launched in January 2021.

It’s network also offers services to Salalah and Muscat (in Oman), Alexandria and Sohag (in Egypt), Amman and Aqaba (in Jordan), Athens (in Greece), Baku (in Azerbaijan), Belgrade (in Serbia), Kutaisi (in Georgia), Manama (in Bahrain), Sarajevo (in Bosnia), Tel-Aviv (in Israel), Tirana (in Albania) and Yerevan (in Armenia) among others. Wizz Air’s CEO Joszef Varadi previously said that the airline aims to possibly have 100 aircraft serving GCC markets over the next 15 years.

Read: Wizz Air targets 100 aircraft serving GCC markets by 2035

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