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Wizz Air Launches new Training Facility

European low-cost carrier Wizz Air is building a new crew training centre near Budapest Liszt Ferenc International Airport. The facility, which is scheduled to open before the end of the year, will feature two new A320 full-flight simulators supplied by CAE Aviation, one fixed-base simulator, a cabin emergency evacuation trainer and a real firefighting trainer device. Wizz Air plans to triple its fleet over the next decade and is inducting the new installation to increase its training capacity to 100 crew daily, growing to 250 in the future.

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