Wizz Air Abu Dhabi this week announced the delivery of their 11th Airbus A321 Family aircraft, as growth in that subsidiary continues.
This particular aircraft is actually an Airbus A321ceo, but we will go more into that. Either way, this is significant news for the carrier as they continue to grow their services out of the region.
Without further ado, let’s get into it…
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi Receives 11th Aircraft, Growth Continues…
Commenting on this delivery was Johan Eidhagen, the Managing Director of Wizz Air Abu Dhabi:
“We are committed to carrying the flag of ultra-low-fare travel to culturally rich destinations, creating exciting opportunities for people looking for hassle-free travel experiences.”
“The new aircraft will provide an additional thirty thousand ultra-low-fare seats per month, making travel available for everyone and enable us to expand our network with a plethora of incredible leisure, historic and cultural experiences.”
“Our exciting recent expansions and additional frequencies highlight the strength and variety of our network and we are proud to liberate lives through affordable travel.”
“We look forward to seeing you on board our new aircraft soon for a well-deserved vacation.”
The latest aircraft is registered as A6-WAC, as per data from Planespotters.net.
The aircraft was ferried over to Abu Dhabi from Katowice on September 28-29, and used to be HA-LXU under the normal Wizz Air subsidiary.
Of the 11 aircraft in the fleet, five of them are actually A321ceos, with the rest being the newer neo variant, which could highlight that demand is too high for the airline to the point that they have to send some of their aircraft over to the Middle East instead.
Either way, it’s a strong sign for the carrier, and all eyes are on them to see what is in store next.
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