Central and Eastern European LCC Wizz Air has cut its full-year profit forecast because of disruption during the summer season and higher fuel prices, as it reported a first-half rise in passenger numbers and revenue. The Budapest, Hungary-based LCC said Nov. 7 it now expects a full-year profit of €270-€300 million ($310-$345 million), down from a previous forecast of €310-€340 million. The company made a €292.2 million profit in the first half, up 1.2% ...

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