Wizz Air made a strong start to its financial year, with a combination of firmer fares and the growing number of new-generation aircraft in its fleet, allowing the Central and Eastern European LCC to turn around its financial figures. The Hungary-based carrier achieved a 1Q net profit for the 2020 financial year—which runs from March 31-June 30—of €72.4 million ($82.3 million), reversing a net loss of €29.3 million for the same period last year. The year-ago ...

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