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Wizz Air to double down on Abu Dhabi fleet

Budapest-based low-cost carrier (LCC) Wizz Air has provided further detail on plans for its Abu Dhabi hub. Speaking on a webcast with aviation consultant John Strickland, CEO József Váradi said that the airline plans to operate as many as 100 aircraft to and from the UAE by 2035. Varadi has doubled down on the UAE

Key European carriers to begin rebuilding networks

Several key European carriers have announced plans to resume service over the months to come. Austrian Airlines and Brussels Airlines – both of which are subsidiaries of Germany’s Lufthansa – have been grounded since mid-March. As of 15 May, however, both will resume short-haul services to a number of capital cities spread across Europe. Austrian

Wednesday airline news: Wizz Air cuts 1,000 staff

Wizz Air, central Europe’s largest low-cost airline, will cut 1,000 staff as it continues to struggle as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.


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