Wizz Air to further expand in St. Petersburg and launch five new routes from Pulkovo Airport

In December 2020, Wizz Air, the European low-cost airline, will add the second Airbus A320 to the new base at Pulkovo St. Petersburg Airport. Together with expanding the fleet, the airline will launch five new services from the Northern capital of Russia to the Italian cities Bergamo, Venice, Bologna, Turin, and Catania, starting December 2020 and March 2021. All routes will be new for the schedule of Pulkovo Airport. The flights will be performed under the seventh freedom traffic rights regime.

“We are happy that Wizz Air strengthens its positions in St. Petersburg. The airline will add 5 new cities to the route network from Pulkovo. This will undoubtedly make travel from St. Petersburg even more affordable and comfortable. All of the announced Italian cities will be new for the schedule of the Pulkovo Airport.”

Leonid Sergeev, CEO of Northern Capital Gateway, operator of Pulkovo Airport

New Wizz Air flights from St. Petersburg


Operating Days


Fares from



December 14, 2020

EUR 24.99


Monday, Wednesday, Friday,

December 14, 2020

EUR 24.99


Thursday, Sunday

December 17, 2020

EUR 24.99



December 19, 2020

EUR 19.99

CataniaTuesday, Saturday
March 30, 2021EUR 29.99

Tickets for Wizz Air flights can be booked on Pulkovo Airport’s website and on wizzair.com or via the WIZZ mobile app at a price from 19.99 euros (one way, including all taxes and non-optional charges).

Previously, Wizz Air announced nine new services under the seventh freedom traffic rights regime from Pulkovo Airport to Bratislava (Slovakia), Bucharest (Romania), Copenhagen (Denmark), Malta, Oslo (Norway), Salzburg (Austria), Sofia (Bulgaria), Stockholm Skavsta (Sweden), Vilnius (Lithuania).

In 2019, Wizz Air served over 111.1 thousand passengers at Pulkovo Airport, which is 59.4% more than in 2018. Before the suspension of the international services from Russia due to COVID-19 pandemic, the airline operated daily scheduled flights from St. Petersburg to Budapest (Hungary) and London Luton (the UK).