Wizz Air

Founded in September 2003, Wizz Air is a Hungarian low-cost airline that serves more than 150 destinations across Europe, North Africa and the Middle East. With a fleet totalling nearly 140, the company has two main subsidiaries: Wizz Air UK and Wizz Air Abu Dhabi. The firm exclusively operates an all-Airbus fleet comprising A320-200s, A320neos, A321-200s, A321neos and a single A330-200F.

Wizz Air inaugurates Abu Dhabi-Bahrain route

Those using the service are also able to connect to destinations such as Athens and Belgrade with the carrier

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EasyJet rejects takeover bid from Wizz Air

The offer was disclosed as the carrier looks to raise £1.2 billion in a rights issue to bounce back from the pandemic

Wizz Air launches Luton-Bulgaria service

Low-cost carrier Wizz Air will begin London Luton Airport to Plovdiv flights in November

Ryanair and Wizz Air expand Swedish operations

The low cost carriers are expected to introduce further services to their winter schedules

London Luton opens new flight training facility

The new site is set to train Wizz Air pilots based at the UK hub, as well as those working from other European destinations

Wizz Air’s July figures reveal increase in demand

The airline’s traffic and emissions statistics for last month reflect positive signs following the easing of travel restrictions

Wizz Air postpones opening of new Cardiff base

The airline believes the current Covid-19 regulations are too uncertain and instead plans to begin operations from the hub next summer

Wizz Air expands Albania network

The airline will add a new aircraft and two new routes starting from July

Wizz Air selects L3Harris Technologies for multi-year pilot training agreement

The training services will support the airline’s Airbus A320 and A320neo-family fleet

Ryanair and Wizz Air expand presence at Malmo Airport

Both airlines plan on introducing new connections to the Balkan region, beginning in June