25 MAY 2015
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Wizz Air, which claims to be the largest low-cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe, has announced a new price category. ‘Plus Fare’ is an additional option to the airline’s ‘Basic Fare’ which it says introduces greater flexibility for passengers.
‘Plus Fare’ includes 32kg checked-in baggage, a large cabin bag, airport check-in, Wizz Flex for travel date changes, seat selection and priority boarding services. The ‘Plus Fare’ offers customers a discounted package price over the ‘Basic Fare’ (flight ticket only) and the sum of ancillary services if purchased separately. In order to streamline this new offering, sales of Wizz Premium and Premium Plus products have been discontinued.
Wizz is also getting ready for its first A321 delivery which will feature a completely revamped livery. In the meantime one of the current A320s has been repainted in the new design, the work taking one week and captured on video.
Wizz Air currently operates a fleet of 59 Airbus A320 aircraft and offers over 380 routes from 21 bases, connecting 112 destinations across 38 countries. On order are 27 A320s and 27 A321s.
Wizz Air is listed on the London Stock Exchange. www.wizzair.com
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