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Wizz chief lambasts slot-rule waiver as ‘complete nonsense’

Jozsef Varadi says the waiving of airport slot-allocation rules prevents the central European budget carrier from establishing new operations.



‘Antifragile’ airlines have the edge

Carriers seeking a strong recovery from coronavirus should focus on how adversity can drive change for the better, writes Shashank Nigam of airline marketing specialist SimpliFlying

Guillaume Faury


Airbus chief seeks ‘urgent reframing’ of aviation/climate debate

Airbus chief executive Guillaume Faury argues that the sector’s “role in society” is at risk amid growing calls for a reduction in flights to curb emissions.

Wizz Air Airbus A321


​Wizz and KLM scale back European capacity amid restrictions

Wizz Air has again reduced its capacity outlook for October while KLM has put its short-haul network expansion plans “on hold” as ongoing coronavirus-related travel restrictions force Europe’s airline sector to apply the brakes to its recovery.