Wizz Air which lands at Luton Airport is able to raise the frequency of flights due to four new Airbus A320 aircraft the carrier will add to its fleet by June 2018. The airline is increasing the number of destinations for direct flights from its base in Luton Airport.
In the year 2017, Wizz Air up 11% in comparison with 2016, making it the second largest airline at Luton Airport. The Hungarian carrier has served 5.5 million passengers from and to Luton routes alone. In 2018 it will offer more than 6.9 million tickets to 46 destinations in 20 countries.
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