(Video) Airbus A321 Wizz Air at the Budapest Aviation Show

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Wizz Air took part for the second time at the Budapest air show, which took place on 1 May 2016. This year, Wizz Air participated in the event with the newest Airbus A321 (HA-LXD), the first aircraft of its kind to be presented at the air show in Budapest.

The Budapest Aviation Show

Captain David Morgan, Wizz Air Chief Flight Operations Officer, and Captain András Arday made three low-altitude flights over the Danube.

The first flight was made at a speed of 140 of knots, at an altitude of 100 meters and highlighted the flaps and the landing gear.

After a spectacular 45 degree return to Margareta Island, the aircraft returned with the retired landing gear and eventually made a high-speed 300 flight.

Airbus A321 Wizz Air

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PHOTO: Arpad Foldhazi Photography / Air Show 2016 Budapest
Airbus A321-Wizz-Air-Air-Show-2016 Budapest
PHOTO: Arpad Foldhazi Photography / Air Show 2016 Budapest

Airbus A321ceo is the most efficient single-aisle passenger aircraft and was first assigned to the Wizz Air fleet in November 2015, based in Budapest.

The capital of Hungary now benefits from four A321 aircraft flying on the most popular routes. Thanks to the superior operational efficiency of the aircraft, Wizz Air will be able to offer even more places to even more destinations at the lowest fares, while reducing emissions and noise to a minimum.

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PHOTO: Arpad Foldhazi Photography / Air Show 2016 Budapest
Airbus A321-Wizz-Air-Air-Show-2016 Budapest
PHOTO: Arpad Foldhazi Photography / Air Show 2016 Budapest

In addition to the fresh exterior livery present more and more in the fleet and also showing at the aviation show, the A321ceo aircraft feature new colors inside, a brighter ambiance in the cabin, soft leather seats and more. seating options.

As usual, Wizz Air passengers have various possibilities for scheduling their trip: through priority boarding service, seats with extra legroom, or seats first.

Until 2018 Wizz will have 30 A321 aircraft in the current version, and then benefit from the delivery of the superior A321neo model, which will be equipped with advanced technology.

In November 2015, we were invited to fly with the first Airbus A321ceo Wizz Air. A demonstration flight was operated on the London - Birmingham route.

In addition to having 230 seating capacity, the new A321 Wizz Air is quieter and comes equipped with the new interior announced in May 2015, along with the new livery.

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