Wizz Air

Wizz Air was founded in 2003 by professionals in the field and József Váradi, president of the company. The first flight took off in 2004 from Katowice, in Poland. Wizz Air airline offers low cost flights to European destinations from several major and minor airports in Central and Eastern Europe.
Wizz Air
Wizz Air. Photo: Copyright © Sisterscom.com / Alla Greeg / Shutterstock
Wizz Air is registered under the International Air Transport Association (IATA), Operational Safety Audit (IOSA), the global reference standard for the safety of an airline. Subsidiaries of Wizz Air Hungary Ltd. are Wizz Air Abu Dhabi and Wizz Air Uk.
The main hub of Wizz Air is located in Budapest, Hungary, the secondary hub in Katowice, Poland, and also has several bases.
Wizz Air uses technological aircraft overhauled by Lufthansa Technik. The modern Wizz Air fleet consists of 180-seat Airbus A320, 230-seat A321 and 239-seat A321neo.
Text by Alisè Vitri
Avion Tourism Magazine
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Wizz AirWizz Air. Photo: Copyright © Sisterscom.com / kavalenkau / Shutterstock
IATA Code: W6
Founded: 2004
HUB: Budapest
Bases: Abu Dhabi, Bacau, Belgrade, Wroclaw, Bucharest, Budapest, Chisinau, Cluj, Craiova, Krakow, Gdansk, Debrecen, Dortmund, Katowice, Kiev Zhuliany, Kutaisi, Larnaca, London Luton, Lviv, Milan Malpensa, Riga, Sibiu, Skopje, Sofia, Timisoara, Tirana, Tuzia, Varna, Warsaw Chopin, Vienna, Vilnius.
Airbus A320, A321neo

Destinations: Europe, North Africa, Middle East.
Wizz Air Hungary Ltd.
Laurus Offices | Koer street 2/A | Building B | H-1103 | Budapest (Hungary)
Web site: www.wizzair.com
Video: Copyright © Wizz Air.

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