Next I needed decent accommodation. In a destination where resort rooms can easily reach £1,000 per night, that wasn’t easy. Booking the wrong deal could wipe out all of my flight savings – and then some. Looking at Booking.com, I found that several islands were offering special offers – sometimes...Read more
LONDON – Hungarian ultra-low cost carrier Wizz Air, operates a registered UK operation as a subsidiary to the main Hungarian parent company. The operation’s shares trade on the London Stock Exchange – now Wizz Air is refusing to pay out court ordered claims, citing that argument that it has no...Read more
BUCHAREST (Romania), November 21 (SeeNews) - Hungarian low-cost carrier Wizz Air said it is launching a new service from Romania's northeastern city of Suceava to Israel's Tel Aviv starting January 9.The new route to Tel Aviv will be operated twice a week, on Mondays and Fridays, Wizz Air said in...Read more
Low-cost airline Wizz Air is mulling nonstop flights from the UK to the Middle East and Asia. It has tentative plans for long haul expansion, Marion Geoffroy, Managing Director of Wizz Air UK said. Destinations could include the United Arab Emirates, Israel and Saudi Arabia, Geoffroy told the Financial Times....Read more
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Hungarian low-cost carrier Wizz Air announced the launch of a new route from Suceava (Romania) to Tel Aviv (Israel), starting January 2023. It will be the airline's first route from Suceava to the Middle East, completing the 12 existing routes to European destinations. Wizz Air will fly from Suceava to...Read more
Almost three million passengers traveled on Wizz Air flights to and from Budapest between January and October this year, an increase of more than 230 percent compared to the same period last year. According to a statement made by the airline, Wizz Air operates 62 flights from Liszt Ferenc International...Read more
LONDON – European low-cost airline Wizz Air, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with OMV, the international integrated oil, gas and chemicals company headquartered in Vienna, for the supply of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) between 2023 and 2030. The MoU gives Wizz Air the opportunity to purchase up to...Read more
Nov. 18, 2022, EDINBURGH: Menzies Aviation, a global aviation logistics specialist, announces that it has won a contract with Wizz Air Abu Dhabi, an ultra-low-fare airline in the United Arab Emirates, to provide a range of ground services at Kuwait International Airport. This is the first contract with the airline...Read more
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