Summer 2023: Wizz Air increases by 20 percent in Vienna

Airbus A321neo (Photo: V1Images.com/David Dolinay).
Airbus A321neo (Photo: V1Images.com/David Dolinay).

Summer 2023: Wizz Air increases by 20 percent in Vienna

Airbus A321neo (Photo: V1Images.com/David Dolinay).
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The Wizz Air Group had around 2023 million passengers on board between April and the end of September 33. According to their own information, they have set a new summer record. From Austria onwards, growth of 20 percent was recorded in direct comparison with the same period last year.

In terms of route network, the airlines of the Wizz Air Group were able to improve by 2022 percent compared to summer 24. The company also claims to have discovered that passengers are purchasing their tickets much earlier than in the previous Corona years.

From Vienna-Schwechat, the destinations in Spain, Croatia, Portugal and Cyprus are said to have done particularly well in the summer of 2023. Bookings have now opened for summer 2024 and offer destinations such as Madeira, Split, Larnaca and Malaga, among others.

“Over 33 million people chose to fly with Wizz Air this summer and we are grateful for their trust. We believe in offering affordable travel and are excited to fly to a variety of destinations for the summer. With the announcement of our 2024 flight schedule, our passengers can already plan for next year. We look forward to welcoming even more passengers on board over the next twelve months and offering our customers new and exciting destinations to visit with family and friends,” said Valeria Bragarenco, Corporate Communications Director of Wizz Air.

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