Glasgow Airport has announced new European flights at the travel hub.

Wizz Air will be taking off from the city to Budapest and Bucharest next month.

The two routers twice weekly will be launched from November 14 and November 17 at the popular airport.

Announcing the exciting news on Instagram Glasgow Airport said they were “buzzing” for the new services.

Their post said: “Look who's touching down in's @wizzair! 💜 “We're buzzing to announce two new routes twice weekly from your favourite airport.

“From 14th Nov, you can fly to Budapest 🇭🇺 “From 17th Nov, you can fly to Bucharest 🇷🇴 “Pictures taken by Allan B Picken.”

We recently reported how a global airline giant has named a Scottish airport in its expansion plans.

Turkish Airlines, the world's largest airline by countries served, said Glasgow is among future new United Kingdom connections.

The airline, which serves 128 countries, with 291 international destinations and 363 cargo destinations, named Newcastle as a second new UK route.

The airline's investor presentation said the national flag carrier of Turkey surpassed its 2019 capacity level by 24% in August 2023.

Turkish Airlines said future routes also include, in the US, Detroit, Denver and Orlando, and, in Europe, Bergen, Katowice and Nantes.

It is unclear at this stage which routes would be linked with Glasgow in the arrangement.