Wizz Air Cancels All Flights To Varna Until May 2020

 Hungarian low-cost carrier Wizz Air is suspending all of its flights to and from the Bulgarian coastal city of Varna due to the imposed travel restrictions aimed at overcoming the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, it said on Tuesday.

There will be no Wizz Air flights to and from Varna from March 25 until May 1, the company said in a press release. 

All passengers who have already purchased tickets for the cancelled flights will be reimbursed, Wizz Air said. 

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