Related Wizz Air to launch new flights to GermanyW

first_img RelatedWizz Air to launch new flights to GermanyWizz Air will introduce two new flights to Germany in the springWizz Air plans to launch flights to Brno from London LutonWizz Air will launch new cheap flights to Brno from London LutonWizz Air to start Poznan-Milan flightsWizz Air to start Poznan-Milan flights Low-cost airline Wizz Air will launch flights to London Luton from its new base in Vilnius, Lithuania.The Hungarian-based airline will establish its 14th base in the Lithuanian capital, where it will base a brand new Airbus A320 aircraft from April 16th.In addition to London Luton, Wizz Air will introduce flights to Doncaster-Sheffield, Cork, Eindhoven, Stockholm-Skavsta, Milan-Bergamo, Rome-Fiumicino and Barcelona from Vilnius.Flights to London and Doncaster-Sheffield will be operated five times a week and twice a week respectively, with both routes commencing on April 17th.Jozsef Varadi, Wizz Air’s chief executive officer, said the airline is “extremely delighted” to meet its latest expansion milestone.”The opening of the Vilnius base will allow many people to enjoy our truly low fares coupled with excellent Wizz travel experience,” he commented.”Beyond further enhancing the travel opportunities in the Lithuanian market, we will create hundreds of local jobs and significant revenue uplift for the local tourism industry.”On December 16th, Wizz Air will launch direct flights to Brno, the Czech Republic’s second-largest city, from London Luton.ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Maplast_img read more

Health Law Outreach Efforts Try New Enrollment Tactics Controversial Ads

first_img This is part of the KHN Morning Briefing, a summary of health policy coverage from major news organizations. Sign up for an email subscription. Colorado officials launch controversial ads geared toward women and Enroll America changes how it tries to get people to sign up for health coverage. In the meantime, Republicans are releasing their own set of ads mocking the law.The Wall Street Journal’s Washington Wire: OMG: Sequels to ‘Brosurance’ Ad Target WomenWhile many of the new spots feature messages on the benefits of insurance for children, expectant moms and others, some of the ads are more provocative. One ad has the title “Let’s Get Physical,” with the text: “OMG, he’s hot! Let’s hope he’s as easy to get as this birth control. My health insurance covers the pill, which means all I have to worry about is getting him between the covers.” Another ad, playing on a Ryan Gosling meme, starts, “Hey girl, you’re excited about easy access to birth control and I’m excited about getting to know you.” Colorado runs its own health exchange under the new federal health law. The spots from the Colorado Consumer Health Initiative and ProgressNow Colorado Education target 20-somethings — the young, healthy demographic needed to keep rates down — and are designed to be shared on social media such as Twitter and Pinterest (Hanrahan, 11/12).The Wall Street Journal’s Washington Wire: With’s Woes, Enroll America Adjusts Its PitchEnroll America, a group whose sole focus is help people sign up for insurance programs through Obamacare, is readjusting its outreach campaign as works out its technological problems. The group, which has been running a “Get Covered America” grassroots campaign, plans to launch a “Coverage is Coming” campaign in December, when the Obama administration has said the website’s biggest problems will be fixed (Dooren, 11/12).McClatchy: Republicans Release New Ads Mocking ‘Obamacare’Republicans released a new round of comical web ads attacking the health care law’s bungled rollout. The Republican National Committee videos are set to run on ESPN and Comedy Central YouTube pages in college towns. An earlier round of ads ran last month. The ads mock Obama on his promise that people buying insurance on the individual market would be able to keep their plans if they liked them and Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius’s congressional testimony (Kumar, 11/12).And in California –California Healthline: Groups Gear Up For Big Enrollment EventsAn estimated 1,500 people attended an enrollment fair over the weekend in Sacramento. That may be the largest event of its kind but definitely not the last of its kind, organizers said. … Dayanna Carlos, a program associate with the California Endowment, said the Endowment has set up enrollment events this size in the past but this had a little extra zip, she said, because it was the first one since Covered California opened enrollment Oct. 1. The Endowment has hosted events in Oakland, Riverside, San Bernardino and San Diego over the past two years to help people enroll in existing programs, such as the Low Income Health Plan (Gorn, 11/12). Health Law Outreach Efforts Try New Enrollment Tactics, Controversial Adslast_img read more