Few other airlines have been in the limelight in the past year quite like Wizz Air. As September approaches, it has over 800 routes, nearly four million seats, the A321 is its most-used type if both ceo and neo are combined, and Italy is now its number-one country, according to SimpleFlying.com.
In the past year, ultra-low-cost carrier Wizz Air has added hundreds of routes, receives dozens of new aircraft, added multiple new bases and airports to its network, inaugurated its Abu Dhabi unit, and focused more than ever on flying within Western Europe. Not all things have worked – it isn’t really expected to – notably its Norway experiment.
In September, the Wizz Air Group – Hungary, UK, and UAE – has approximately 3.8 million seats available for sale, OAG data indicates, or about 95% of what it had in the same month in 2019. It has over 830 routes, up by 20%. More than 350 routes have been introduced versus September 2019, but more than 200 have been cut. Some will return later this year or in 2022.
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