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 long-term future of Doncaster Sheffield Airport (DSA) looks bleak after its owner confirmed the site is to close. The Peel Group said “no tangible proposals” had been received from potential suitors for the South Yorkshire Airport leaving it with no viable alternative.
Europe’s fastest growing airline has announced enormous expansion plans in the Middle East. We reveal which country is getting 20 new scheduled links, plus frequencies, start dates and much more.
Ultra low-cost operator Wizz Air has launched the first of 18 new routes from London/Gatwick – within hours of the airport reopening its South Terminal.