Hungarian budget carrier, Wizz Air, offers 16% off on all tickets & WIZZ Flex service to your booking for only €1 today.
Great news! The Hungarian low-cost carrier is going to open 8 new routes from its Austrian base of Vienna between July and October.
Budget airline Wizz Air is offering their WIZZ Flex service for only €1 which allows to enjoy extra flexibility to your booking.EU
The Hungarian low-cost carrier announced that it would star operating some of the services from Vienna and London Luton that were suspended during the Covid-19 Pandemic.EU
While many other airlines cancel flights, postpone delivery of new aircrafts and clearly state that they will reduce the fleet after the crisis, Wizz Air plans to go in the opposite direction. The airline will not reduce its fleet and even intends to increase it significantly.AS AU EU US
In a recent update the Hungarian low-cost carrier has raised the price of its Wizzair Flex service that allows flexible changes of reservations without any additional charge.AS AU EU US
"Even if current crisis in the aviation industry affects us, other airlines will be in a much worse situation," Jozsef Varadi says in an interview for Index. The Wizz Air's CEO expects a wave of bankruptcies in Europe.AS AU EU US
As a result of a significant number of flight cancellations due to the development of coronavirus pandemic, Wizz Air is introducing an automated refund process. All passengers cancelling their flights will get 120% of the original fare in airline credit.AS AU EU US
WizzAir's CEO estimates that current travel crisis and dramatic drop in demand for flights can last up to six months. A number of adjustments is planned to mitigate the financial hit, but the main problem for lowcost airlines is the fact, that Italy is their biggest market.AS AU EU US
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