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Rome celebrates a comeback: Wizz Air flies to the Eternal City starting in September

Rome is back! From September, Memmingen Airport will once again be connected to the Italian capital, thanks to a new route offered by Wizz Air.
From September 5, the Eternal City will once again be a little closer to the Allgäu Region. Fiumicino Airport will then be served non-stop by the airline Wizz Air twice a week – on Tuesday and Saturday – and tickets are already available. „We are very pleased that Rome will once again appear on our flight schedule,“ emphasizes Airport Sales Manager Marcel Schütz. Already in the early years of Memmingen Airport, the Italian capital was one of the most popular destinations. After all, the metropolis is a perennial tourist attraction. Wizz Air, which mainly serves destinations in Eastern Europe from Memmingen, has been expanding its activities in Italy for some time now, also connecting Memmingen with Catania in Sicily. In addition, Ryanair serves Palermo, Naples, Brindisi, Pisa and Lamezia Terme. With that, Memmingen Airport will have an attractive range of services to Italy in the coming summer.

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According to an ancient legend, the city of Rome was founded 753 BC.