“Facing the Thermaic Gulf, Greece’s second [largest] city is filled with historic landmarks and UNESCO monuments, while boasting a booming food scene and vivid nightlife,” Wizz Air posted on its Facebook account.
As of this summer, Wizz Air is connecting Thessaloniki with Kiev in Ukraine. The airline departs from Thessaloniki on Mondays at 5.35pm to arrive in Kiev at 7.40pm. It also departs from Kiev at 3pm to arrive in Thessaloniki at 5pm.
Furthermore, on Fridays, Wizz Air departs Makedonia Airport at 6.25pm and lands in Kiev at 8.30pm. Furthermore, it takes off from Kiev at 3.45pm and arrives in Thessaloniki at 5.50pm.
The carrier also connects Thessaloniki and London Luton four times a week – on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays.
According to an announcement, Wizz Air’s facebook campaign is part of a collaboration with the Thessaloniki Tourism Organization (TTO) and Fraport Greece – the manager of the city’s Makedonia Airport.
Thessaloniki’s main sites of interest are also promoted through the website of Wizz Air, in many languages including English and Ukrainian.