Wizz Air are Hungarian low-fares airlines operating in Middle and Eastern Europe, Western Europe, Georgia, Israel and Turkey. The first flight was conducted on 19th May 2004 from Katowice. One of person that was travelling on an inauguration flight was the founder and the Chairman of the Board of Wizz Air, József Váradi.
As most low-fares airlines, Wizz Air is using smaller airports allowing cheaper and quicker passengers handling. In planes it has cabins of one class with leather seats, without seats allocation. Refreshments are offered at passenger’s wish, for additional charge.
Currently, Wizz Air planes are flying on 340 routes. Airlines are employing around 2000 people.