Wizz Air Will Switch All Luton-Based Aircraft To A321neo By 2025

Low-cost carrier Wizz Air has announced plans to switch all of its Luton-based aircraft to the Airbus A321neo by 2025. The airline currently operates a fleet of 11 aircraft at Luton, and the switch will see it become the first airline in the UK to operate an all-A321neo fleet. The A321neo is the latest version of the Airbus A321, and it offers a number of advantages over the previous generation A321. The aircraft is more fuel-efficient, has a longer range, and can carry more passengers.


Wizz Air CEO József Váradi said that the switch to the A321neo was "a significant milestone" for the airline. He said that the aircraft would "enable us to offer our customers even more choice and flexibility, as well as lower fares."


The switch to the A321neo is part of Wizz Air's ambitious growth plans. The airline plans to double its fleet size by 2025, and it expects to carry 50 million passengers per year by that time.

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The switch to the A321neo is also a sign of confidence in Luton Airport. Luton is one of the UK's fastest-growing airports, and it is well-placed to benefit from the growth of low-cost carriers. The switch to the A321neo is a major milestone for Wizz Air and is a sign of confidence in the future of Luton Airport. The aircraft will allow Wizz Air to expand its network, offer more travel options to its passengers, and reduce its operating costs.

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