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Wizz Air has confirmed a new base at Gatwick Airport, a third for the low-cost carrier in the UK.

The airline will allocate one Airbus A321 aircraft to the south London hub and launch four new routes to leisure destinations in Greece, Italy, Spain and Malta from October.
Wizz already operates from Luton and Doncaster Sheffield.

The airline started flying from Gatwick in 2016, and since then has carried almost one million passengers.

With the creation of a new base at Gatwick, the low-cost carrier will offer passengers even more affordable travel opportunities, with 450,000 seats per annum on sale on its new routes to popular holiday destinations including Athens (Greece), Naples (Italy), Lanzarote (Spain) and Malta for the remainder of the year.