Wizz Air has reported a new passenger record, with more than 30 million passengers carried in the past rolling 12 month-period.
The same time, the low-cost carrier has seen its operations across Europe increase by 24 per cent compared to the previous year.
As part of the biggest operational ramp-up in Wizz Air’s history, which started in early March, the carrier is adding 700 weekly flights in total and will see the delivery of 21 Airbus aircraft across its European bases in just 17 weeks.
Only eight weeks in, Wizz Air has already launched 34 new low-fare routes across its European network and inaugurated three new destinations bringing an even wider range of destinations at genuinely low prices: Athens in Greece, Kharkiv in Ukraine and the Austrian capital, Vienna.
The airline continues to invest and support the development of the communities it serves by stimulating the market and creating new jobs with eight newly deployed Airbus aircraft across four of its bases in the United Kingdom, Poland and Hungary.
The rapid expansion of Wizz Air’s operations brings great value flights along with maximum choice for its customers and an easy online booking system, offering the possibility of truly memorable experiences in more than 140 exciting destinations across Europe and beyond.
“We are proud to reach yet another significant milestone in Wizz’s success story, with a new passenger record in the past rolling 12 month-period.
“More than 30 million passengers travelling, on either business or holiday, have enjoyed Wizz’s great value flights across our extensive and diverse network,” said Sorina Ratz, acting head of corporate communications at Wizz Air.
“We continue to be one of Europe’s fastest growing airlines, with a strong and consistent double-digit growth every year, providing even more opportunities for our customers to travel at truly low prices.
“We aim to delight and inspire you to discover our European network and Wizz Air’s crew will be ready to welcome you on board with a smile.”
Breaking Travel News recently caught up with Wizz Air chief executive, József Váradi.
Take a look at what he had to say about the future of the airline, here.