Wizz Air CEO Email Address

Who is the CEO of Wizz Air?

József Váradi (Sept 2003–)
József János Váradi is a Hungarian businessman, who co-founded Wizz Air and has served as its chief executive officer since 2003.

Who is wizzair owned by?

The airline is a joint venture with state-owned Abu Dhabi Development Holding, ADDH, which owns 51 per cent. Flights are operated from Abu Dhabi International Airport to destinations in Europe, Asia and Africa.

Is Wizz Air UK based?

Wizz Air UK Ltd. (registered seat: Main Terminal Building, London Luton Airport, Lu2 9ly, Luton, United Kingdom ; registration number: 10982241).

What is the difference between Wizz Air and Wizz Air UK?

Wizz Air UK Ltd. is a British airline and subsidiary of low-cost airline Wizz Air, using its corporate identity. Founded to enable Wizz Air to retain full UK market access post-Brexit, the airline has since developed a model of low-cost airline, operating flights from four bases in the UK.

Is Wizz Air Safe?

Wizz Air has been rated among the top 10 safest low-cost carriers in the world. The airline was also awarded the highest safety ranking by AirlineRatings.com. The carrier was awarded the seven-star safety rating for the second year in a row.

How many aircraft do Wizz Air have?

Older A320 family aircraft
According to data from ch-aviation.com, Wizz Air’s fleet currently consists of 133 aircraft. All of these are twin-engine designs from multinational European planemaker Airbus, with the A320ceo series being the dominant force. Wizz Air operates two designs from this family.

How much do Wizz Air pilots earn?

Wizz Air Salaries
Airline Pilot salaries – 2 salaries reported £31,319/yr
Cabin Crew salaries – 2 salaries reported £21,442/yr
Senior First Officer salaries – 2 salaries reported £37,219/yr
Pilot salaries – 1 salaries reported £36,504/yr

Can a 14 year old fly alone on Wizz Air?

No, Wizz Air does not provide this service. Children under 14 years old cannot fly unless accompanied by an adult at least 16 years of age. The child and the adult must be under the same reservation. Passengers who are 14 or 15-years-old may fly alone, but cannot be responsible for a child under the age of 14.