Wizz Air, central & eastern Europe's largest low cost-low fare airline, yesterday announced its move to an all inclusive pricing structure.
From yesterday, all fares will be quoted inclusive of taxes, charges and handling fees. Fares start from as low as €19.99. Natasa Kázmér, head of Corporate Communication and Public Affairs for Wizz Air said: „We have been applying all inclusive fares in a number of markets to-date and today we can announce that we plan to roll it out throughout the entire network”. „Wizz Air has an extended route network in central & eastern Europe. This summer we will offer flights to 48 European airports on 90 routes. „I am convinced that all our customers will find their favorite destination and will be able to benefit from our Summer sale,” concluded Kázmér. In further news from Wizz Air, the airline announced a Summer sale offering up to 30% off on selected routes. For passengers wishing to avail of the offer, the Summer sale continues until June 3.
Wizz Air recently took delivery of the first of its 32 new A320 aircraft. The aircraft features the all new family cabin, giving passengers more space and a significantly smoother travel experience. The newly delivered aircraft is based in Katowice and another will be based in Gdansk meaning passengers using Wizz Air's Polish service from Cork to Katowice and Gdansk will have the opportunity to travel on the new aircraft. Wizz Air expects to operate 53 aircraft by the year 2011. With further aircraft deliveries planned over the next five years, this will ensure that the airline continues to operate one of the youngest and most modern fleets in the world. The airline operates flights from Poland, Hungary, Bulgaria, Croatia, Slovenia and Romania to 48 destinations on 90 routes. The airline carried three million passengers in 2006. (irishexaminer.com)