Wizz Air to hire another 4,600 pilots by 2030

Transport

Hungary's Wizz Air plans to add 4,600 pilots to its staff by 2030 and has already started recruiting, the low-fare carrier said on Friday, according to a report by state news wire MTI.

Wizz Air has trained 150 new pilots this year and wants to increase the number by more than 300 by year-end in order to operate at pre-crisis capacity and reach 2021 targets, the airline said.

The airline is also taking applications for flight attendants at all 43 of its bases.

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