Wizz Air has announced the lease of aircraft to meet market demand
Wizz Air announces that it will consolidate part of its flight schedule in the coming weeks with wet leases from external suppliers due to high demand across the network. In a dynamic and ever-changing context, ranging from volatile to peak demand constraints, Wizz Air strives to operate all flights and transport all passengers to their destinations.
Due to operational challenges, Wizz Air has contracted wet lease aircraft to keep pace with the dynamic demand for travel in the coming period. These aircraft will operate a limited number of flights in the coming weeks.
Wizz Air has contracted wet lease aircraft
Passengers boarding should know that Wizz Air remains loyal to its number one priority - their safety, crews and aircraft. Thus, despite the different aircraft and crews, normal and pandemic-specific safety protocols remain unchanged.
The airline is working to keep the same travel experience for its passengers, but changes may occur and on some flights the catering service may not be available. This is only a temporary measure designed to serve as many passengers as possible. The Wizz Air team is aware of the importance of mobility during this period, especially after the long restrictions in many markets and makes every effort to perform all flights and to transport all passengers safely to their favorite destinations.
At the same time, the airline continues to actively recruit crew members in all countries with operational bases and encourages all those who want to become part of the WIZZ team to apply to company website.
"We are witnessing difficult times for the airline industry. Not long ago the market contracted, now we see peak demand. Wizz Air is a company with a fast adaptability and that prioritizes the needs of passengers. Thus, we decided to temporarily rent wet planes for the coming weeks to ensure that our flights are operated normally and that our customers' vacation travel plans are not affected. During this unusual period, we have made sure that we maintain our top safety standards in the industry and offer on-board services with the help of highly trained professionals. ”, said Andras Rado, spokesman for Wizz Air.
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