Central and Eastern Europe low-cost carrier (LCC) Wizz Air recorded a 50.4% jump in net income for the first three months of its financial year, which runs from March 31-June 30, 2017. The Budapest-based airline group posted first-quarter net profit of €58.1 million ($66.3 million), up from €38.6 million in the 1Q 2016 and a record for the first quarter. First-quarter revenue was up 28.6% at €469.3 million, compared to €364.9 million for the 1Q 2016. Passenger numbers ...

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