WizzAir are a Hungarian low-cost airlines operating in Central and Eastern Europe, Western Europe, Georgia, Israel and Turkey. The first plane of this carrier took off on May 19 2004, from Katowice. One of the flight members was the founder and chairman of the board of Wizz Air, József Váradi. Like most low-cost airlines, Wizz Air uses smaller airports that allow faster and cheaper passenger services. There are one class cabins with leather seats and no seat allocation. Gastronomic services are offered for an extra charge. Currently, airlines operate 340 routes and employ approximately 2,000 employees. The base of Wizz Air is Budapest Liszt Ferenc Airport, the largest international airport in Hungary. It's located 16 km southeast of the center of the country's capital. It's the second largest airport in Central Europe, its origins date back to 1950. About 8 million passengers use it annually through approx. 40 airlines. At the airport, there is a waiting room for Wizz Air clients who will purchase the Exclusive Waiting Room service. Guests can take advantage of among others for free meals and drinks, Internet access, press, TV, bathroom.