Wizz Air celebrated its first flight from London Luton to Madeira, the Portuguese archipelago island situated in the North Atlantic Ocean.
Tickets are available on wizzair.com and on the airline’s mobile app, with fares starting from £21.99 and flights operating twice a week. on a Tuesday and Saturday.
Madeira is a popular getaway destination, and for many reasons beyond its warm year-round temperatures. From relaxing on the black sand beaches to hiking alongside the Levada water channels to swimming with dolphins and exploring vineyards, Madeira is a very inviting destination that caters to every type of holidaymaker – but especially nature lovers.
For passengers looking to book a trip, Madeira is a restriction-free destination for holidaymakers living in the UK as it currently remains on the travel corridor list (at the time of writing), meaning those arriving into England from Madeira do not have to quarantine.
For added peace of mind, Wizz Air recommends purchasing WIZZ Flex to have the option to cancel the flight up to 3 hours before departure without any fee and get 100% of the original fare immediately reimbursed in airline credit. Passengers can make changes to their booking, should they wish to travel on a different date, or to a different destination.
Owain Jones, Managing Directors Wizz Air UK, said: “Another week, another new route officially launched by Wizz Air in the UK. It is fantastic to see our route network go from strength to strength, as we provide affordable, direct connections to the UK’s favourite holiday destinations. With its warm climate, unique natural beauty and promise of adventure, Madeira offers holidaymakers the chance to explore and unwind in equal measure. Madeira remains on the travel corridor list, so passengers living in England do not have to isolate on return. As the cold winter months get underway, now is the ideal time to book a trip away to the sunshine. We look forward to welcoming customers old and new onboard our young, green and ultra-efficient Airbus aircraft fleet.”