Wizz Air firms up order for 110 A321neo aircraft

Agreement is biggest single order ever for A321neo
Wizz Air has firmed up a commitment signed in June at Le Bourget International Paris air show for 110 A321neo aircraft. The agreement is the biggest single order ever for the A321neo.
The deal pushes firm NEO orders above 4,300 aircraft. The Wizz Air order includes the latest A321neo Airbus Cabin Flex configuration “with 239 seats in 18 inch comfort standard”, according to Airbus.
Currently, the fast-growing European low-cost carrier operates 63 A320-Family aircraft on one of Central and Eastern Europe’s most extensive networks, with over 380 routes from 22 bases.
“This order will help us to build on our strong market position in Central and Eastern Europe. It also provides significant flexibility to match our fleet to our growth requirements,” said József Váradi, Wizz Air’s chief executive.
“The new aircraft will enable us to sustain our cost advantage through cabin innovations, the latest engine technology and other efficiency improvements, while enhancing our customer offering and experience.”
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