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.
The training services will support the airline’s Airbus A320 and A320neo-family fleet
Both airlines plan on introducing new connections to the Balkan region, beginning in June
A number of routes have been added to the carrier’s summer schedule, including flights to Corfu, Alicante and Lanzarote
With the expansion of transport links and the growth of airline operators, the airport has reached many milestones since opening in 2005
With the resumption of international air travel slated for May 17, Key.Aero speaks to Owain Jones, the managing director of Wizz Air UK, to find out how the carrier has weathered the COVID storm and what its plans are for the restart
The Hungarian low-cost carrier has been operating in Britain since 2004, but in 2017 it made its move to set up a Luton-based subsidiary. Speaking to Key.Aero, Owain Jones – the firm’s managing director – explains why and how the UK division came about
Speaking exclusively to Key.Aero, Owain Jones, the low-cost carrier’s managing director, explains the company’s stance on launching internal flights in Britain