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Wizz Air tops 100,000 flights in a year

Transport

Hungary-based low-cost airline Wizz Air, announced today that it flew 100,000 flights between November a year ago and this November – the most ever in a 12-month period.

The 10-year-old airline said in a statement that the 100,000 flights represents 30 billion seat kilometers and 1.3 million working hours, serving more than 15 billion passengers. “This is a milestone in Wizz Air’s history,” Operation Chief Diederik Pen said, adding: “Wizz Air is currently present in 36 countries and has recently announced the launch of 30 new routes."

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