Wizz Air is switching it service from Prestwick Airport to Glasgow Airport as of the beginning of March. This will mean that their two flights out of Prestwick, to Warsaw and Gdansk, will now operate out of Glasgow. The airline has been operating flights from Scotland to Poland for six years and they said the switch is convenient for its existing customers and that it is a step toward the future growth of passengers and routes.
With the departure of Wizz Air, the only airline operating out of Prestwick will be Ryanair. A spokesperson from Prestwick said the loss of Wizz Air is disappointing, but the only made up a small percentage of the airport’s summer flight schedule. In addition, Ryanair has shown a commitment to the airport, having increased their capacity at the airport by 10%. This will mean Ryanair will be operating 27 routes out of Prestwick this summer.
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