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Wizz Air introduces a new plane in Budapest with which he hopes to grow 20%

Over 385 million investment in Hungary
Wizz Air introduces a new plane in Budapest with which he hopes to grow 20%

Up to 2.2 million passengers and business services tailored to
   MADRID, December 11, 2012 (EuropaPress) -
   The low cost European airline Wizz Air has announced that it will incorporate a new A320 in Budapest with the aim of increasing its passenger traffic by 20% to 2.2 million in its base in the Hungarian city for next year.
   This seventh plane in Budapest will begin operating on March 13, 2013, and makes investment of Wizz Air in Hungary fleet rises to more than 500 million dollars (385.6 million euros) and will create new 300 jobs related to tourism and aviation.
   After a strong 30% growth in traffic in Budapest in 2012, Wizz Air announced further increases in frequency now on six routes to Dortmund, Eindhoven, Kiev, Larnaca, Malaga, Naples and restore the holiday route to Thessaloniki (Greece) .
   In total, the airline will operate 30 routes and 155 weekly flights from the city of Budapest in the summer.
   In addition, from now Wizz Air also offers two new services for travelers flying from Budapest Airport to increase passenger comfort.
   The system 'Security Fast Track' will allow passengers to avoid airport security queues for only 4 euros and it is free to all passengers who buy Wizz Premium and Convenience packages 'Wizz Premium Plus' in
   Also, for 20 euros Wizz Air also provides passengers access to the room 'Budapest Business SkyCourt' to enjoy free food and drink and complimentary wi-fi while awaiting departure.
   These new services are available through the call center and Wizz Air ticket counter at the airport of Budapest.
   "Wizz Air proves once again its commitment to Hungary. Our investment and expansion in the Budapest airport will contribute to the economic upturn and this seventh Hungary Wizz Air aircraft will create another 300 jobs related to aviation and tourism", said the company's CEO, Jozsef Varadi.