Eastern European low-cost carrier Wizz Air has halved its planned second-half growth in the UK as a “direct result” of the country’s recent vote to leave the European Union. “The UK’s decision to leave the European Union has led to a notable weakness in fares (in euro terms) on routes to/from the UK mainly due to the much weaker British pound, which is currently 19% lower than the same period last year versus the euro. Wizz Air has already started readjusting ...

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