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Wizz Air signs leasing contract on six aircraft

Transport

LaMography

Hungary’s low-cost airline Wizz Air signed a leasing contract on six Aibus A321ceo aircraft with China Development Bank Leasing (CDB Leasing), with two of the planes arriving to the company before the end of this year, the airline said in an announcement today.

(Photo: LaMography/Christian Keszthelyi)

“We have established a solid relationship with CDB Leasing, who have been supporting our growth, and now they are financing our first two A321 type of aircraft,” Wizz Air CEO József Váradi said.

Airbus A321, which has a longer fuselage than A320, offers a bigger capacity to transport 230 passenger, instead if 180. Therefore, Wizz Air expects to offer better services at lower prices, the announcement says.

The first A321ceo is scheduled to arrive in November and the second in December, as part of a deal the airline recently signed with Airbus.

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