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Wizz Air Considers Russia's Entry
13.04.2013 22:23
Wizz Air Considers Russia's Entry
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Wizz Air, Europe’s fourth largest discounter airline, is in negotiations with several Russian airports over its plans to enter the market.

      The Polish-Hungarian group has been keen to work in Russia, with plans to launch the local airline with a fleet of three jets and then expanding the network to 15-20 routes.

      The airports appear to be reluctant to accept the offer, says Vedomosti daily, citing the current high traffic flow as a reason. 

Author: Mikhail Vesely

Tags: Russian airports Russian airlines    

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