Wizz Air to launch redesigned fleet
Hungarian low-cost airline Wizz Air today unveiled new designs for its planes during a press conference held at Budapest’s Liszt Ferenc Airport. It is expected that the entire fleet will receive a makeover with the new designs.
Wizz Air launched its first flight exactly 11 years ago today and currently uses Budapest as a base for its fleet of nine aircraft, which are stored in a brand new 2,000 sqm hangar.
Wizz Air reported the highest passenger numbers at Liszt Ferenc, where the airline also operates a training center.
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