The airline will also offer a direct connection from London to Moscow.
Wizz Air, the largest low-cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe, is starting direct flights from London to St. Petersburg and Moscow on Tuesday.
According to RIA Novosti, the airline will offer daily flights to the two cities. In St. Petersburg, Wizz Air will use Pulkovo Airport, and in Moscow it will be served in Vnukovo.
The cheapest ticket will cost 29.99 euro (25.99 pounds).
As reported earlier, Pulkovo hopes to have been granted the seventh freedom of the air by the end of the year and become the first airport in Russia from where foreign airlines will be able to make flights without landing in the country of registry.