A European airline specializing in low-cost flights has announced free tickets for refugees fleeing the war in Ukraine.
Budapest-based Wizz Air wrote on its Twitter account that it is committed to helping Ukrainian refugees reach their destinations, wherever they are.
And she added, "We provide 100,000 free seats on short flights (with a ceiling of 3 hours) that take off from Poland, Slovakia, Hungary and Romania in March." According to "Sky News Arabia".
Local media in Hungary reported that companies added larger planes and increased the number of flights from Ukraine's neighboring countries towards Europe.
The move came to support the movement of refugees when necessary, and the Hungarian company placed a major announcement of the aid.