Central and Eastern European low-cost carrier (LCC) Wizz Air lowered its full-year profit guidance by €20 million ($21.5 million) following a third-quarter profit drop by more than 20%. CEO József Váradi said lower fuel prices would continue to feed into lower fares over coming months. The airline had also experienced operational disruptions over the current winter period because of “unusually severe weather conditions” in its core territory. As a result, ...

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