Wizz Air has expanded its fleet at Bucharest airport (OTP) with an extra A320 to fly 19 additional flights on existing routes.
The new aircraft is due to operate from July 4 and is the first of the low-cost carrier’s planes in Romania with fuel-saving sharklet wing extensions. György Abrán, chief commercial officer at the airline, said the plane would carry 300,000 passengers for Wizz over its first year.
In Romania, Wizz Air will now have 12 of its A320s, with which it expects to fly 3.3 million passengers this year.Source: routesnews, Piers Evans
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