Wizz Air Acquires Gatwick Slots from Norwegian Air Shuttle

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Low-cost airline company Wizz Air has actually purchased a portfolio of liftoff and landing slots at Gatwick airport from Norwegian Air Shuttle.

The Hungarian provider has actually obtained 15 day-to-day slot sets from Norwegian. It will utilize the slots to construct its network of short-haul flights from the UK as part of an aggressive growth strategy that has actually made it buy brand-new airplane and open bases throughout the pandemic.

” Acquiring airport slots at Gatwick Airport will allow us to boost our existence and competitive position in the London market. We continue to establish our service in the United Kingdom and stay dedicated to making flight budget-friendly for all. The 2022 season has the possible to be a significant chance for UK air travel to return on its feet,” stated CEO Jozsef Varadi.

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