Wizz Air inaugurates HUF 4.5 bln flight simulation center

Transport

Hungarian low-fare airline Wizz Air on Friday inaugurated a HUF 4.5 billion flight simulation and instruction center at Liszt Ferenc International Airport Budapest. The cost of the investment includes the cost of operating the center for the next ten years. Wizz Air CEO József Váradi said the center was established with the cooperation of Liszt Ferenc operator Budapest Airport and Flight Simulation Company of the Netherlands. Wizz Air employs 1,500 pilots and cabin crew at present but expects that number to rise to 5,000 within ten years, he added.

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