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Wizz Air Abu Dhabi commences Abu Dhabi to Alexandria route

Posted 9 February 2021 · Add Comment

Wizz Air Abu Dhabi has confirmed the start of its route from Abu Dhabi to Alexandria, Egypt on 22 February 2021.

Image: Wizz Air Abu Dhabi

Kees Van Schaick, managing director of Wizz Air Abu Dhabi said: “Alexandria is an exciting destination steeped in history located on Mediterranean waters. The UAE and Egypt provide a popular travel corridor for residents and tourists in the region, and we are committed to providing options that are more viable and affordable for travellers. We look forward to seeing you on board our aircraft soon.”

Alexandria is the second largest city in Egypt and a major economic hub for both tourism and industry. 

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