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Wizz Air opens base in Austria

The low-cost airline will offer five new destinations and plans major investments. Wizz Air disembarked at the Vienna International Airport (VIE) last April, but as of yesterday it consolidated its base in Austria. The airline will also start operating with one of its new Airbus A320 aircraft and will incorporate five new destinations that will boost traffic and the influx of tourists in the Central European country. Valencia, Rome-Fiumicino and Malta began to operate yesterday, while today the destinations of Bari and Tel Aviv are added. Wizz Air’s commitment to…

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Wizz Air will launch new routes from Spain

The low cost airline increases its options to connect the Iberian country with the rest of Europe. Wizz Air announced the launch of new routes to and from Spain during 2018, which will provide new travel experiences and different business opportunities, according to the airline. Three routes will start in a few months and are detailed below: Málaga – Sofia (Bulgaria), begins on March 27. Barcelona – Kutaisi (Georgia), begins on May 18. Málaga – Katowice (Poland), begins on June 17. Meanwhile, later in the year, the Spanish cities of Valencia…

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Wizz Air plane is struck by lightning and must land emergency

The aircraft was flying from Georgia to Greece and had to descend in Bulgaria. Lightning struck a plane belonging to the low-cost Hungarian airline Wizz Air, which was operating a flight between the cities of Kutaisi, Georgia, and Kavala, in Greece. When there was little time to reach the destination, due to the intense electrical storm that hit the area, lightning struck the plane. “Due to lightning on the plane, the flight Wizz Air W66401 Kutaisi-Kavala, when approaching the international airport of Kavala, was redirected to the international airport of Sofia.…

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Airbus received the largest order in its history from Indigo Partners

The historic agreement was confirmed yesterday and includes some 430 A320neo aircraft. Indigo Partners, the group that owns four low-cost airlines, signed a historic agreement with the manufacturer Airbus. The order had already been announced at the Dubai Air Show held in November and was finally confirmed yesterday. The order includes 274 A320neo aircraft and 156 A321neo aircraft valued at USD 49.5 billion at the list price. Indigo Partners will use the aircraft in its four low cost airlines: Frontier Airlines (United States), Wizz Air (Hungary), JetSMART (Chile) and Volaris…

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