11 MAY 2015

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Article from BTNews 11 MAY 2015

Wizz goes allocated

Last week Wizz Air started rolling out its allocated seat programme on services from Katowice to Barcelona, Budapest and Luton, and Bucharest to Dortmund. (See BTN 6 April)

From 19 May the free provision will be available on all the carrier’s 357 routes across 38 countries, one of the largest low-fare route networks in Europe.  The apportionment, which is part of the booking process, can be complemented with the optional upgrade to a preferred seat for a fee, starting from only €1 on wizzair.com or on WIZZ mobile applications any time up until three hours prior to flight departure.

Wizz Air is the biggest budget airline in Central and Eastern Europe, operates a fleet of 57 Airbus A320 aircraft with a further 26 of the larger A321 on order, deliveries starting later this year.  Last year it carried 15.8m passengers, 17% more than in 2013.  On 25 February Wizz Air started trading on the London Stock Exchange opening at 1250 pence and now trading at around 1425p having peaked at 1525p.  https://wizzair.com

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