Wizz Air Sticks With Ultra-Low-Cost Business Model

Credit: P. Pigeyre/Airbus
When Jozsef Varadi, former CEO of now defunct Hungarian flag carrier Malev, announced in June 2003 he would start a low-cost carrier (LCC) focusing on Central and Eastern Europe, many European observers had their doubts. His choice of a purple and pink livery for its fleet of 180-seat Airbus A320s...

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