Fly to Kiev Zhuliany with Wizz Air
The metropolis, which has 4 million inhabitants, is an exciting city full of contrasts: next to the golden domes of the countless orthodox churches stand art nouveau facades, brutalist Soviet buildings and modern skyscrapers, all side-by-side. In addition, the numerous squares und lively shopping streets are perfect for lingering and strolling. In the south of the city, the majestic Kiev Monastery of Caves is located on the steep hills above the riverside of the Dnieper. It is one of the oldest orthodox monasteries in the Ukraine and is considered by visitors to be one of the best attractions of the city.
On the occasion of their maiden flight to Kiev, we are giving away two vouchers from Wizz Air worth €50. Simply answer this question correctly and with some luck you can win. The question is as follows:
As of now, Wizz Air flies daily from Berlin Schönefeld to Kiev Zhuliany, which is only a few kilometres away from the city centre. What is the 3 letter code of the airport?
Please send your answer by email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject ‘Wizz Air Competition’. The vouchers will be drawn between all participants who correctly answered the question. The entry deadline is 9th July 2018. Good luck!
From 1st July, Wizz Air connects Berlin with Kiev daily. Once a day a direct flight from Schönefeld now flies to the city airport Kiev Zhulyany in the capital of the Ukraine. The airport with the 3 letter code IEV, is only a few kilometres away from the Ukrainian capital and can be reached in a few minutes by bus, train or car. The Airbus A320 is the aircraft used .Since their maiden flight to Skopje in the beginning of 2016, Wizz Air has steadily expanded its flight offers from Berlin. The airline flies to seven destinations from Schönefeld.