Wizz Air plans to invest $2.5 billion in Ukraine through 2025, basing 20 new Airbus jets in Ukraine and boosting traffic here to 6 million passengers
Thursday, November 22, 2018

Wizz Air plans to invest $2.5 billion in Ukraine through 2025, basing 20 new Airbus jets in Ukraine and boosting traffic here to 6 million passengers

Wizz Air plans to invest $2.5 billion in Ukraine through 2025, basing 20 new Airbus jets in Ukraine and boosting traffic here to 6 million passengers, Josef Varadi, the airline’s CEO promised President Poroshenko on Wednesday. One day earlier, Poroshenko received David O’Brien, sales director of low cost rival Ryanair. He promised to invest $1.5 billion in Ukraine by 2023, increasing its Ukraine-based fleet to 15 Boeing jets, carrying 5 million passengers. For comparison, Boryspil, responsible for two third of the nation’s air traffic, carried 10.5 million passengers last year.

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