Wizz Air, the largest low-cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe, issued today a position statement on the recent development in the UK.
The UK’s referendum on EU membership has delivered a result which establishes the principle that the UK will leave the EU. However, the terms on which it be undertaken will not be established for some time.
The economic benefits of European and international air travel policy are proven and the priority for all businesses and governments within and outside the EU will be to ensure that freedoms of international travel and trade are preserved and nurtured to provide for low-cost, high-value travel services for consumers and businesses.
A key feature of Wizz Air’s business model is the ability to monitor demand trends and we have already demonstrated our success in adjusting capacity accordingly. It is this approach which has delivered a geographically diversified, point-to-point network of more than 420 routes from 25 operating bases in 13 countries, connecting 124 destinations across 39 countries. Wizz Air remains focused on becoming the lowest operating cost airline in Europe, through stringent cost control and employing the latest, most efficient technology, including increasing numbers of the new 230-seat Airbus A321 aircraft which is currently the most efficient single-aisle aircraft in service