Wizz Air Halves U.K. Capacity Growth On Brexit Vote

Credit: Airbus
BRUSSELS—Budapest-based Wizz Air will scale back its planned capacity growth on U.K. routes after the British pound’s sharp devaluation that followed the U.K.’s vote to leave the EU. The so-called “Brexit” has led to a “notable weakness” in fares to and from the U.K. in euro terms, mainly due to the...

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