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More Polish flights revealed

Eastern European carrier Wizz Air has announced that it is further expanding its services to and from the UK.

The low-cost carrier said that it planned to launch flights between Wroclaw in Poland and both London and Doncaster Sheffield Airport.

According to Wizz Air, the flights from Luton and Doncaster Sheffield will begin in February 2008.

Initially, the service between London and Wroclaw will operate five times a week. Flights between Doncaster Sheffield and the Polish city will run twice a week.

Tickets for the new routes are already available and start at PLN 79 (£14) one-way, including taxes and charges.

"Our expansion from Wroclaw falls in line with our development plans for Poland," explained Jozsef Varadi, chief executive of Wizz Air.

"The recent announcements of new routes, new bases and new aircraft underline Wizz Air's commitment to Poland."

Wroclaw features a number of prominent tourist attractions - the principal one being the Hala Ludowa or 'Peoples' Hall'. The impressive building was built between 1911 and 1913 and is now a World Heritage Site.

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