Wizz Air temporarily grounds flights to Hurghada
Hungaryʼs low cost airline Wizz Air is suspending flights between Budapest and Hurghada, Egypt, as of November 28 for an indefinite period, the company told Hungarian news agency MTI today.
The airline decided to temporarily suspend flights to Hurghada after reviewing the operating environment, MTI reported. The route was launched by Wizz Air on May 16 this year, MTI added.
Wizz Air’s announcement comes nine days after a Russian official said that the aircraft which crashed in Egypt last month was brought down by a terrorist bomb, MTI noted.
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