After some lessons of disrupted flights and thousands of stranded passengers, Wizz Air cancelled every 20th flight from their summer schedule so they can surely operate the rest, says Robert Carey, President of Wizz Air in his interview with 24.hu. Mr. Carey claims they were the most prepared for the massive waves of Europeans wanting to travel again, calls the “extra profit tax” on flights departing from Budapest “disappointing” but is otherwise optimistic. The president argues low-cost carries will come out strengthened from the downturn, because people don’t give up traveling but say they’ll do 5 days instead of a week or try to spend less.
2022. 08. 16. 11:36
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