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Wizz Air to cut capacity on Cluj flights over fee dispute

Hungarian low-fare airline Wizz Air will cut capacity on its flights between Budapest and Cluj Napoca, Romania, by almost one-third and move some capacity to its flight between the Hungarian capital and Targu Mures because of a difference of views with airport managers in Cluj, Wizz Air vice president John Stephenson said at a press conference in Cluj on Thursday.

Managers of the airport in Cluj wanted to raise fees for the airline by 50%, Stephenson said. Wizz Air will take one of three aircraft from its base in Cluj and move it to Targu Mures.

David Ciceo, who manages the airport in Cluj, said Wizz Air's plan to move the capacity was unjustified, considering the airport treats all airlines equally.